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I found it. The problem was far not in the connection, it is in the file system. I was trying to copy from NTFS to NTFS. When I formatted the receiving FS to ext4, speed increased to 40+MB/sec.


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Following is the list of packages needed to be installed: libopenssl-devel-0.9.8h-30.27.11.x86_64.rpm zlib-devel-1.2.3-106.34.x86_64.rpm readline-devel-5.2-147.9.13.x86_64.rpm ncurses-devel-5.6-90.55.x86_64.rpm tack-5.6-90.55.x86_64.rpm libncurses6-5.6-90.55.x86_64.rpm


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Note: This solution works well for me and is easy to set-up. Assuming you use vsFTPd. I jailed all users to their home directory and shared a folder called "Shared" between all of them. Jail users to their home directly $ sudo vi /etc/vsftpd/vsftpd.conf Make Sure that this is the following configuration: anonymous_enable=NO local_enable=YES ...


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Use chmod g+s public_html to make new files created in the directory inherit the group of the directory. You don't need ACLs to achieve that, although you may want to use them for other reasons. Strictly, this behaviour is filesystem- and platform-specific, but it works under Linux for common filesystems. It is commonly supported elsewhere too.


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The solution was that the ftp service was not actually permanently added to the firewall, simply using the following line worked firewall-cmd --permanent --add-service=ftp and following that with firewall-cmd --reload


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Adding local_umask=022 to vsftpd.conf seems to have fixed the problem.


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If you need to get the write permission for your user account in /var/www/ particular user want to be a member of apache or www-data group according to your operating system. write_enable=YES Only use this if you have added a user with web root directory as it home directory allow_writeable_chroot=YES



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