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siteuptime(1)							   wzdftpd tools						     siteuptime(1)

NAME
siteuptime - show current uptime for FTP server (wzdftpd) SYNOPSIS
siteuptime [OPTION] DESCRIPTION
The siteuptime command shows current uptime for wzdftpd. OPTIONS
--user,-u XXX Use username XXX instead of wzdftpd. --pass,-w XXX Use password XXX with the username. --host,-h XXX Connect to the specified host. --port,-p XXX Employ the specified port number for connecting to the server. --secure,-s Enforce a secure connection, aborts if negotiation fails. --insecure,-t Do not try to negotiate a secure connection. AUTHORS
wzdftpd is written and maintained by Pierre Chifflier <chifflier@cpe.fr>, and some others contributors, full credits can be found in /usr/share/doc/wzdftpd/AUTHORS SEE ALSO
wzdftpd(8),ftp(1),siteconfig(1),sitewho(1) Full documentation on wzdftpd, including configuration and FAQs, is available at http://www.wzdftpd.net For help/support, try the wzdftpd mailing lists, detailed on http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=78247 Report bugs at http://www.wzdftpd.net/smf/index.php siteuptime (wzdftpd) November 2004 siteuptime(1)

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sitewho(1)							   wzdftpd tools							sitewho(1)

NAME
sitewho - show current process information for each FTP session (wzdftpd) SYNOPSIS
sitewho [OPTION] DESCRIPTION
The sitewho command shows process information for all active wzdftpd connections, and a count of all connected users off of each server. OPTIONS
--user,-u XXX Use username XXX instead of wzdftpd. --pass,-w XXX Use password XXX with the username. --host,-h XXX Connect to the specified host. --port,-p XXX Employ the specified port number for connecting to the server. --secure,-s Enforce a secure connection, aborts if negotiation fails. --insecure,-t Do not try to negotiate a secure connection. AUTHORS
wzdftpd is written and maintained by Pierre Chifflier <chifflier@cpe.fr>, and some others contributors, full credits can be found in /usr/share/doc/wzdftpd/AUTHORS SEE ALSO
wzdftpd(8),ftp(1),siteconfig(1),siteuptime(1) Full documentation on wzdftpd, including configuration and FAQs, is available at http://www.wzdftpd.net For help/support, try the wzdftpd mailing lists, detailed on http://sourceforge.net/mail/?group_id=78247 Report bugs at http://www.wzdftpd.net/smf/index.php sitewho (wzdftpd) November 2004 sitewho(1)
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