ssh transfert log "Urgent" - SSH

This is a discussion on ssh transfert log "Urgent" - SSH ; Dear All, Is it possible to log all transfert "File name, size, duration" in a log when the file is transfered using scp or sftp. if yes How, i didn't find any documentation about this. Using openssh 3.9.1 Thanks and ...

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  1. ssh transfert log "Urgent"

    Dear All,

    Is it possible to log all transfert "File name, size, duration" in a
    log when the file is transfered using scp or sftp. if yes How, i didn't
    find any documentation about this. Using openssh 3.9.1

    Thanks and best regards


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    news:1135161534.824597.302680@g49g2000cwa.googlegr oups.com...
    > Dear All,
    >
    > Is it possible to log all transfert "File name, size, duration" in a
    > log when the file is transfered using scp or sftp. if yes How, i didn't
    > find any documentation about this. Using openssh 3.9.1
    >
    > Thanks and best regards


    Not that I've noticed. File transfer is not SSH's great strength, becuase
    it's built on top of some rather old and simple file-transfer techniques.

    Why not consider using HTTPS and, say, WebDAV over HTTPS for uploads? That
    gets you good secure file transfer and logging, without your clients needing
    to install extra software. (WebDAV is built into Windows Network
    Neighborhood system.)



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    Nico Kadel-Garcia a écrit :

    > wrote in message
    > news:1135161534.824597.302680@g49g2000cwa.googlegr oups.com...
    > > Dear All,
    > >
    > > Is it possible to log all transfert "File name, size, duration" in a
    > > log when the file is transfered using scp or sftp. if yes How, i didn't
    > > find any documentation about this. Using openssh 3.9.1
    > >
    > > Thanks and best regards

    >
    > Not that I've noticed. File transfer is not SSH's great strength, becuase
    > it's built on top of some rather old and simple file-transfer techniques.
    >
    > Why not consider using HTTPS and, say, WebDAV over HTTPS for uploads? That
    > gets you good secure file transfer and logging, without your clients needing
    > to install extra software. (WebDAV is built into Windows Network
    > Neighborhood system.)


    Hi, i'm question was if it possible to trace transfert activity in a
    log, i'm alreayd using scp and sftp frop openssh, and i'm happy with it.


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