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Solution: Inetd 1) you must log ftp/fptd traffic. in /etc/inetd.conf add following arguments ftpd -l -v -o -i -W where -l log traffic to syslog.log -v add verbosity -i log incomming files (to /var/adm/syslog/xferlog) -o log outgoing files (to /var/adm/syslog/xferlog) -W tell ftpd to use syslog's configuration syslog 2) tell syslogd to catch ftpd's ...


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So the answer... oh the answer. The culprit was the shadow password file. Even though we have LDAP we don't use it for replacing the passwd file entries. I've been working with upgrading our LDAP servers and making it so we don't need passwd file entries. So I am the only one without a passwd entry. This seems to work in most cases, but apparently there are ...


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You can use faillog command to see the list of failed logins $ faillog -h Usage: faillog [options] Options: -a, --all display faillog records for all users -h, --help display this help message and exit -l, --lock-secs SEC after failed login lock account for SEC seconds -m, --maximum MAX ...



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