Steve Cohen | 18 Dec 20:58 2014
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[Proftpd-user] proftpd won't let me download file even though I am in the correct group

Hello List,

Let me supply the important info

I am running reel 6.5

prhftp1-prd:/etc]proftpd -v
ProFTPD Version 1.3.3g
prhftp1-prd:/etc]proftpd -vv
ProFTPD Version: 1.3.3g (maint)
  Scoreboard Version: 01040003
  Built: Fri Dec 20 2013 22:46:37 UTC

Loaded modules:
  mod_lang/0.9
  mod_ctrls/0.9.4
  mod_cap/1.0
  mod_vroot/0.9.2
  mod_tls/2.4.2
  mod_auth_pam/1.1
  mod_readme.c
  mod_ident/1.0
  mod_dso/0.5
  mod_facts/0.1
  mod_delay/0.6
  mod_site.c
  mod_log.c
  mod_ls.c
  mod_auth.c
  mod_auth_file/0.8.3
  mod_auth_unix.c
  mod_xfer.c
  mod_core.c

Here is the relevant portion of the proftpd.conf

AuthUserFile            /etc/authuser
AuthGroupFile           /etc/groups
AuthPam                 off
AuthOrder               mod_auth_file.c

I am using  an auth user file and auth user group file.

here is the user and group from the files.

prhftp1-prd:/etc]grep scohen /etc/authuser
scohen:<hash removed>:41826:41000:Steve Cohen:/ftpdata:/bin/true
prhftp1-prd:/etc]grep 41000 /etc/groups
pp::41000:ppftpadmin

Here is the directory the file is in.

prhftp1-prd:/etc]ls -ld /ftpdata
drwxrwxr-x 63 41000 41000 2000 Dec 18 13:51 /ftpdata

So the group has read, write, execute permissions

ftp> dir test_file
229 Entering Extended Passive Mode (|||40975|)
150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for file list
-rwxrwx---   1 pgftpuser55 pp           4694 Dec 18 18:51 test_file
226 Transfer complete
ftp> get test_file
local: test_file remote: test_file
229 Entering Extended Passive Mode (|||37019|)
550 test_file: Permission denied
ftp> bye
221 Goodbye.

The file is in the correct group, though it should be the directory permissions that matter and I am in the correct group there as well. However, I can't download.

Here is the log:

Dec 18 14:36:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[11820] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): Entering Passive Mode (10,107,210,197,174,62).
Dec 18 14:36:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[11820] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching LOG_CMD command 'PASV' to mod_log
Dec 18 14:36:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[11820] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'RETR test_file' to mod_tls
Dec 18 14:36:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[11820] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'RETR test_file' to mod_core
Dec 18 14:36:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[11820] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'RETR test_file' to mod_core
Dec 18 14:36:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[11820] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'RETR test_file' to mod_xfer
Dec 18 14:36:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[11820] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): in dir_check_full(): path = '/test_file', fullpath = '/test_file'.
Dec 18 14:36:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[11820] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching CMD command 'RETR test_file' to mod_xfer
Dec 18 14:36:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[11820] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching LOG_CMD_ERR command 'RETR test_file' to mod_log
Dec 18 14:36:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[11820] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching LOG_CMD_ERR command 'RETR test_file' to mod_xfer

To make this really interesting, I can upload files to this directory as user scohen:

ftp> ls -l
229 Entering Extended Passive Mode (|||36184|)
150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for file list
-rwxrwx---   1 pgftpuser55 pp           4694 Dec 18 18:51 test_file
226 Transfer complete
ftp> put test_file2
local: test_file2 remote: test_file2
229 Entering Extended Passive Mode (|||50678|)
150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for test_file2
100% |******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************|    24      232.05 KiB/s    00:00 ETA226 Transfer complete
24 bytes sent in 00:00 (3.11 KiB/s)
-rwxrwx---   1 pgftpuser55 pp           4694 Dec 18 18:51 test_file
-rwxrwx---   1 scohen   pp             24 Dec 18 19:50 test_file2
226 Transfer complete
ftp>


Here is the log for this:

Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): in dir_check_full(): path = '/', fullpath = '/'.
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): Entering Passive Mode (10,107,210,197,197,246).
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching LOG_CMD command 'PASV' to mod_log
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'STOR test_file2' to mod_tls
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'STOR test_file2' to mod_core
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'STOR test_file2' to mod_core
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'STOR test_file2' to mod_xfer
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): in dir_check_full(): path = '/test_file2', fullpath = '/test_file2'.
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): in dir_check_full(): setting umask to 0002 (was 0002)
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching CMD command 'STOR test_file2' to mod_xfer
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): passive data connection opened - local  : ::ffff:10.107.210.197:50678
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): passive data connection opened - remote : ::ffff:170.171.252.130:5188
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching LOG_CMD command 'STOR test_file2' to mod_log
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching LOG_CMD command 'STOR test_file2' to mod_xfer
Dec 18 14:49:45 prhftp1-prd proftpd[12670] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): Transfer completed: 24 bytes in 0.00 seconds

Why can I upload files that I am in the correct group for but can't download them?

Thanks,
Steve Cohen
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Steve Cohen | 18 Dec 20:30 2014
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[Proftpd-user] umask not working

I am running proftpd on RHEL 6.5

prhftp1-prd:/etc/penguin]proftpd -v
ProFTPD Version 1.3.3g
prhftp1-prd:/etc/penguin]proftpd -vv
ProFTPD Version: 1.3.3g (maint)
  Scoreboard Version: 01040003
  Built: Fri Dec 20 2013 22:46:37 UTC

Loaded modules:
  mod_lang/0.9
  mod_ctrls/0.9.4
  mod_cap/1.0
  mod_vroot/0.9.2
  mod_tls/2.4.2
  mod_auth_pam/1.1
  mod_readme.c
  mod_ident/1.0
  mod_dso/0.5
  mod_facts/0.1
  mod_delay/0.6
  mod_site.c
  mod_log.c
  mod_ls.c
  mod_auth.c
  mod_auth_file/0.8.3
  mod_auth_unix.c
  mod_xfer.c
  mod_core.c

I have umask set to 0002 in the proftpd.conf file.

Umask                         0002

I setup a system log and set debug level 10.

I upload a file:


and look at the debug log. the file is being set to 770 even though the log shows that a umask is being applied.

ftp> put test_file
local: test_file remote: test_file
229 Entering Extended Passive Mode (|||46166|)
150 Opening BINARY mode data connection for test_file
100% |******************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************************|    31      299.73 KiB/s    00:00 ETA226 Transfer      complete
31 bytes sent in 00:00 (4.10 KiB/s)
ftp> ls -l
229 Entering Extended Passive Mode (|||47934|)
150 Opening ASCII mode data connection for file list
drwxrwsr-x   2 pgftpuser54 pp             29 Dec 18 07:11 Special
-rwxrwx---   1 pgftpuser54 pp             31 Dec 18 16:41 test_file
226 Transfer complete


Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'TYPE I' to mod_core
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'TYPE I' to mod_core
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching CMD command 'TYPE I' to mod_xfer
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching LOG_CMD command 'TYPE I' to mod_log
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'PASV' to mod_tls
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'PASV' to mod_core
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'PASV' to mod_core
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching CMD command 'PASV' to mod_core
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): in dir_check_full(): path = '/', fullpath = '/'.
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): Entering Passive Mode (10,107,210,197,180,86).
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching LOG_CMD command 'PASV' to mod_log
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'STOR test_file' to mod_tls
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'STOR test_file' to mod_core
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'STOR test_file' to mod_core
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching PRE_CMD command 'STOR test_file' to mod_xfer
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): in dir_check_full(): path = '/test_file', fullpath = '/test_file'.
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): in dir_check_full(): setting umask to 0002 (was 0002)
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching CMD command 'STOR test_file' to mod_xfer
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): passive data connection opened - local  : ::ffff:10.107.210.197:46166
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): passive data connection opened - remote : ::ffff:170.171.252.130:11036
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching LOG_CMD command 'STOR test_file' to mod_log
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): dispatching LOG_CMD command 'STOR test_file' to mod_xfer
Dec 18 11:41:06 prhftp1-prd proftpd[31915] 10.107.210.197 (::ffff:170.171.252.130[::ffff:170.171.252.130]): Transfer completed: 31 bytes in 0.00 seconds

According to the documentation the files should never be allowed to have permissions 770.

Now, I understand you can use SITE_CHMOD however, we are not using that. Why are files being uploaded with 770 when it shouldn’t happen and we have a umask of 0002?

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Patel, Kirit | 18 Dec 03:37 2014
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[Proftpd-user] Extended passive FTP

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Need urgent help is extended passive ftp supported  in  code is 1.3.2 and if it is how do u disable it?
 
 
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John Stoffel | 10 Dec 22:02 2014

[Proftpd-user] Can virtual users and groups be nested?


Hi,

I'm looking to rebuild a legacy FTP server into something more modern
and ProFTPD looks to be the solution since you support jails with both
ftp and sftp.  Nice!

But I'm wondering if what I want to do is possible, which is to jail
external users to their own directories, but to allow internal users
to be able to view selected external users and their files, but not
other external users?  

For example, say I have the external users:   extA, extB, extC, extD.

And the internal users:  int1, int2.

I know I can setup things so that ext* are jailed.  

But can I setup things so that int1 can only see extA, extB and extC,
while int2 can only see extD and extA?

And of course I want to do this all with virtual users/groups backed
by an SQL DB, probably mysql.  Reading the docs for version 1.3.5
doesn't really help me figure out if I can do what I want easily.  Esp
since I need to make the management of this all simple to do by the
helpdesk staff.

So I guess I also need a web gui tool to be recommended as well.  I'm
looking at proftpdadmin-1.0.4, but haven't had a chance to play with
it yet.

Thanks,
John

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TJ Saunders | 30 Nov 01:10 2014

Re: [Proftpd-user] Libcap


> I'm having this on a new server:
> 
> capability: warning: `proftpd' uses 32-bit capabilities (legacy support in use)
> 
> I've solved this on other server but don't remember exactly what I used.

See:

  http://www.proftpd.org/docs/modules/mod_cap.html#FAQ

> Should I use libcap2-dev or libcap-ng-dev on compile time?

I think libcap2-dev is the one you want.

Cheers,
TJ

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Robert WELLS | 28 Nov 12:21 2014
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[Proftpd-user] mod_md5 and Proftpd v1.3.5

Hi,

I'm building v1.3.5 for a deploy here and was wondering why mod_md5 has
disappeared from the release tarball out to its own GitHub repository?

I've trawled the release notes, the forums, and the mailing list archives
and have only stumbled across the following thread:

<https://forums.proftpd.org/smf/index.php/topic,11367.msg31115.html#msg31115>

Is this being folded back in to the mix for v1.3.6?

cheers,
Rob

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Robert Wells | 28 Nov 17:16 2014
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[Proftpd-user] Is mod_md5 dropped from release?

Hi,

I'm building v1.3.5 for a deploy here and was wondering why mod_md5 has
disappeared from the release tarball out to its own GitHub repository?

I've trawled the release notes, the forums, and the mailing list archives
and have only stumbled across the following thread:


Is this being folded back in to the mix for v1.3.6?

cheers,
Rob

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Case | 26 Nov 17:38 2014

[Proftpd-user] Speed issue

Hello

I’m running ProFTPd with a MySQL backend on CentOS.

When I connect using a GUI FTP client on Mac (Cyberduck, Yummy), I only get 8.8-9.2Mbps upload speed (146MB
in 2:24). When I connect using ‘ftp’ from the command-line I get the same speed.

When I connect using ‘ftp’ from command-line inside of a CentOS VM running in VirtualBox on that same
Mac, I get about 65-92Mbps upload speed (146MB in 0:13)

Any idea why the order-of-magnitude speed difference… and what I can do to improve the Mac speeds?

Thanks in advance,
Case

FWIW… We’re pushing large files from Bangkok to US to London, there’s mention of Aspera, if we fix
these speeds we can avoid that.

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Jorge Bastos | 22 Nov 00:28 2014
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[Proftpd-user] Libcap

Hi,

 

I’m having this on a new server:

 

capability: warning: `proftpd' uses 32-bit capabilities (legacy support in use)

 

I’ve solved this on other server but don’t remember exactly what I used.

Should I use libcap2-dev or libcap-ng-dev on compile time?

 

Thanks,

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Combernous, Fabien | 21 Nov 12:21 2014
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[Proftpd-user] password hash in AuthUserFile file

Hi,


I configured proftpd 1.3.3g with virtual users managed by AuthUserFile and backend file. To create accounts with ftpasswd script works like a charme. But i have to import accounts comming from an other ftpserver (not proftpd). I know only md5 hash of the imported accounts. If i copy md5 hash in the backend file, the account can't login.


ftpasswd use the crypt perl function to produce hash. But this function is primary used to check if two pieces of text are the same without having to store the text itself.


What is the hash to use in the backend file ?


Thanks in advance for your help,


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Danny Barba | 19 Nov 23:41 2014
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[Proftpd-user] Issue with Proftpd and Cifs Mounts

Support,


You have been working with one of my colleagues Tom Chitwood regarding an account we support. He since has had some health problems that has placed him on disability.

I'm reaching out to you in hopes in resolving the issue were we are unable to make directories via ftp to a Cifs share using Linux.  Last item Tom did was upgrade on a test box to version 1.3.5 but we still have same issue. Any suggestions/feedback is greatly appreciated.

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Danny Barba  
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e-mail: dbarba <at> us.ibm.com  

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