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    Command:

    ftpshut

    
    
    

    SYNOPSIS

           ftpshut [ -R ] [ -l min ] [ -d min ] time [ warning-message ]
    
    
    

    DESCRIPTION

           The  ftpshut  command  provides  an automated shutdown procedure that a
           superuser can use to automagically disconnect current  proftpd  connec-
           tions, and deny new connections.  The command creates a control file as
           /etc/shutmsg to inform proftpd processes about an impending shutdown.
    
    
    

    OPTIONS

           time      The time at which the ftp servers will be brought  down.   It
                     may be the word 'now', indicating an immediate shutdown, or a
                     future time in one of two  formats:  +number  or  HHMM.   The
                     first  form  brings the servers down in number minutes, while
                     the second form indicates an  exact  time  of  day,  using  a
                     24-hour clock format.
    
           -R        Instructs  ftpshut to remove the /etc/shutmsg file, restoring
                     proftpd to its normal service.  If this option is used,  this
                     will be the only operation performed by ftpshut
    
           -l min    Specifies  the number of minutes before shutdown that new ftp
                     access will be disabled.  If the -l option is not  specified,
                     a default of 10 minutes (or immediately, if less than 10 min-
                     utes remains until shutdown) is used.
    
           -d min    Specifies the number of minutes before shutdown that existing
                     ftp  connections  will  be disconnected.  If the -d option is
                     not specified, a default of 5  minutes  (or  immediately,  if
                     less than 5 minutes remains until shutdown) is used.
    
           warning-message
                     Optionally  provide  a message which will be sent to new con-
                     nections (if denied) and existing connections  (when  discon-
                     nected).   The  message can contain the following magic cook-
                     ies, which will be replaced as follows before being  sent  to
                     new or existing connections:
    
                     %s  time proftpd is being shut down
                     %r  time new connections will be denied
                     %d  time current connections will be dropped
                     %C  current working directory (where applicable)
                     %L  local host name (or virtualhost name)
                     %R  remote host name
                     %T  local time (format Thu Nov 15 17:12:42 1990)
                     %U  username given at login time
    
    
    

    CAVEATS

           Proftpd  servers can only be shutdown via ftpshut if a master daemon is
           running in standalone mode.  Servers running in inetd mode  will  honor
           the shutdown message file created by ftpshut, however currently running
           servers may be chroot(2)ed, and unable to  read  the  shutdown  message
    
    
    

    SEE ALSO

           inetd(8),ftp(1),proftpd(8),ftpwho(1),ftpcount(1)
    
           Full documentation on ProFTPD, including  configuration  and  FAQs,  is
           available at http://www.proftpd.org/
    
           For   help/support,   try   the  ProFTPD  mailing  lists,  detailed  on
           http://www.proftpd.org/lists.html
    
           Report bugs at http://bugs.proftpd.org/
    
                                      March 2003                        ftpshut(8)
    
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