Hi,
I have a Proftpd server running version 1.2.10 with some users, one of
those have a samba resource *mounted* on his directory like this:

/home/userFoo/mounted_dir

....
since yesterday I see this:


$ ncftp
NcFTP 3.1.9 (Mar 24, 2005) by Mike Gleason
(http://www.NcFTP.com/contact/).
ncftp> open userFoo
Connecting to
192.168.XXX.XXX...
XxxXXXFTPd
Logging
in...
User userFoo logged in.
Logged in to
ftp.
Current remote directory is /mounted_dir/bbb/ccc.
ncftp ...mounted_dir/bbb/ccc > cd example/
ncftp ...bbb/ccc/example > ls
Remote host has closed the connection.
List failed.

I have no problem if I do a "ls N*" or "ls c*" etc on the client.
this is the log:

192.168.X.10X UNKNOWN nobody [18/Jan/2007:11:41:08 +0100] "USER userFoo"
331 -
192.168.X.10X UNKNOWN userFoo [18/Jan/2007:11:41:08 +0100] "PASS
(hidden)" 230 -
192.168.X.10X UNKNOWN userFoo [18/Jan/2007:11:41:08 +0100] "PWD" 257 -
192.168.X.10X UNKNOWN userFoo [18/Jan/2007:11:41:08 +0100] "FEAT" 211 -
192.168.X.10X UNKNOWN userFoo [18/Jan/2007:11:41:08 +0100] "HELP SITE"
214 -
192.168.X.10X UNKNOWN userFoo [18/Jan/2007:11:41:08 +0100] "CWD
aaa/bbb/ccc" 250 -
192.168.X.10X UNKNOWN userFoo [18/Jan/2007:11:41:08 +0100] "CLNT NcFTP
3.1.9 linux-x86_64" 500 -
192.168.X.10X UNKNOWN userFoo [18/Jan/2007:11:41:22 +0100] "PASV" 227 -
192.168.X.10X UNKNOWN userFoo [18/Jan/2007:11:41:22 +0100]
"LIST /aaa/bbb/ccc" 226 780
192.168.X.10X UNKNOWN userFoo [18/Jan/2007:11:41:23 +0100] "CWD example"
250 -
192.168.X.10X UNKNOWN userFoo [18/Jan/2007:11:41:23 +0100] "PASV" 227 -

and

ls -l|grep -i example
drwxrwxrwx 1 root root 4096 2007-01-17 17:28 example

and also I have no problem if I do a "ls example/*"
Also take notice of "example" dir has 126 directories and there was not
been any changes on the server..

The following are the os informations:
Linux ftp 2.4.26 #1 ven ott 15 16:23:37 CEST 2004 i586 GNU/Linux

distro: debian sarge.



Is this a bug ?





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