This is a discussion on Re: [Proftpd-user] Last login time? - proftpd ; On Mon, May 09, 2005 at 09:19:26AM -0700, TJ Saunders wrote: > > > With wu-ftpd, I was able to see the Last Login time for my ftp only > > users with a simple finger command. Now that I've ...
On Mon, May 09, 2005 at 09:19:26AM -0700, TJ Saunders wrote:
> > With wu-ftpd, I was able to see the Last Login time for my ftp only
> > users with a simple finger command. Now that I've moved 1500 users over
> > to ProFTPd, I don't get this any more. Is there some setting that I've
> > missed that allows me to update the last login time for ftp connections?
> What does your proftpd.conf look like? Do you have "WtmpLog off"?
No, I don't have this turned off:
[root@corpftp etc]# grep -i wtmp /etc/proftpd.conf
last shows the last login time. finger does not.
> And, why do you need to see the last login time?
I've got many (>500) external customer accounts that access the system
exclusively via ftp. I'd like to know when the account was last used.
[root@corpftp etc]# finger foo1
Login: foo1 Name: System foo1 - automated processing
Directory: /home/foo1 Shell: /bin/bash
Office: c/o Ed Wilts
Never logged in.
[root@corpftp etc]# last foo1
foo1 ftpd9389 18.104.22.168 Mon May 9 02:24 - 02:24 (00:00)
foo1 ftpd6599 22.214.171.124 Sun May 8 20:03 - 20:03 (00:00)
wtmp begins Sun May 1 06:22:03 2005
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