> Is there plan to enable mysql queries in the section of
> proftpd.conf

Why would you want such a thing? The only time proftpd will trigger SQL
writes is via SQLLog or related directives, and those are under the
control of the system admin. If the admin didn't want SQL writes, then
the admin could simply configure proftpd not to do them.


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