[CentOS-mirror] Which FTP server?

Anthony Somerset anthony at somersettechsolutions.co.uk
Mon Jun 10 10:47:19 UTC 2013

i use VSFTPD without issues

make sure you set:

nopriv_user=ftp #(or whatever your ftp user is NOT your mirror user)
anon_root=/srv/mirror/public_html # set this to the doc root of the mirror
#these are only needed if you have a non connection tracking FW for passive FTP to work reliably - if you have no firewall in front of the server and dont use NAT this likely shouldn't be needed
pasv_address=<PUBLIC IP>

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On 8 Jun 2013, at 16:29, Neil Aggarwal <neil at JAMMConsulting.com> wrote:

> Hello:
> I am setting up a CentOS mirror.
> I am using CentOS 6.4 on my machine.
> I am looking at options for setting up FTP.
> I have used vsftpd in the past, but I would like to set it
> up to serve files without requiring a login and I am not
> seeing that in the documentation.
> What FTP server are people using on their mirrors?
> Thanks,
>  Neil
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