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On 10/24/07, Jack Tuckson wrote:
>
> On 10/23/07, TJ Saunders wrote:
> >
> >
> > > The documentation for DeleteAbortedStores seems to cover the case

> > where
> > > a connection is aborted (i.e. ABOR is sent), but not the case where

> > the
> > > connection is dropped due to a network problem, so it doesn't do what

> > I
> > > want unfortunately. It would be nice if it could be called when

> > ProFTPD
> > > notices that the connection has gone away, but it doesn't :/

> >
> > Did you try the directive at all?
> >
> > TJ

>
>
> Yes.
>


Actually the file *does* go away, but only after the timeout is up (sorry
about that).
My problem seems to be with a proftpd process crashing occasionally.

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On 10/24/07, Jack Tuckson <tucksonjack@gmail.com> wrote:

On 10/23/07, TJ Saunders <tj@castaglia.org> wrote:



> The documentation for DeleteAbortedStores seems to cover the case where
> a connection is aborted (i.e. ABOR is sent), but not the case where the
> connection is dropped due to a network problem, so it doesn't do what I

> want unfortunately. It would be nice if it could be called when ProFTPD
> notices that the connection has gone away, but it doesn't :/

Did you try the directive at all?

TJ



Yes.


Actually the file *does* go away, but only after the timeout is up (sorry about that).
My problem seems to be with a proftpd process crashing occasionally.


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