[centos] how to know when files have finished ftping? --antairrestored

Colht, Charles Charles.Colht at acsalaska.com
Mon Nov 12 21:07:22 UTC 2007

Just to chime in here, what I use is another file that is transferred
last. It can be zero sized. Just some name you look for and then delete
when you are done for next time. It doesn't matter how long that one
takes because you will know that the important files are already


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I used lsof.

Thanks everyone for the suggestions.


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> Here's a thought: what about doing an lsof?  If a file is 
> still being written by ftpd it should be open for writing.

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