On Mar 12, 2007, at 6:04 AM, Richard wrote:

> Hello, I have installed Proftpd to use a mysql database.
> The server load is 0.2 ad responds quickly to anything except
> connecting to the FTP which can take up to 10 to 15 seconds... I've
> got another server moninoring my FTP and I keep recieving emails
> saying it is down/up because it times out...
>
> As soon as I am connected to the FTP everything speeds up again,
> it's just un connection time that is very long !
>
> Also after a certain time my FTP program deconnects, which is
> normal, but it takes another 10 to 15 secs to reconnect. On another
> server which is not mine the connection to FTP is instantious ...
>
> Do you have any ideas how I could make the connection faster?
>
> Oh I almost forgot : My system is running on Debian sarge with the
> proftpd-mysql package ... and Mysql 5.0
>
> Thanks in advance for any help


Along with what Jorge said, make sure your config file has

#turn off Ident lookups
IdentLookups off

If it does and it is still slow, run in debug and see what is taking
so long.

-Patrick

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