> we encountered a problem where users created file that contained "invalid"
> (not ascii) character in its name which cuased proftpd hand and eat 100% of
> CPU when trying to list the contents of a directory.


Could you get a process trace, and any relevant debug logging/trace
logging of the proftpd process when this occurs?

TJ

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