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Old 07-27-2009
free space, used space in ftp

Is possible to see how much available space there is on a ftp server and how much is used through ftp ? how ?

free space:
used space:

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Old 07-27-2009

From what I know, and that may not be that much:

There's no provision in the FTP protocol for querying the amount of free-space on an FTP server.

From the average non root user on a ftp server.

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