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ftpshut(8)

Name
     ftpshut - shut down all proftpd servers at a given time

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 connections, 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 minutes remains
               until shutdown) is used.

     -d min    Specifies the number of  minutes  before  shutdown
               that  existing  ftp  connections  will  be discon-
               nected.  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  connections  (if denied) and existing connec-
               tions (when disconnected).  The message  can  con-
               tain  the  following  magic cookies, 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 control
     file.

     It is possible to set an absolute  shutdown  time  which  is
     earlier than the current time.  If this is the case, proftpd
     will not shutdown until the indicated time on the  following
     day.

Files
     /usr/local/proftpd/sbin/ftpshut
     /etc/shutmsg

Authors
     ProFTPD is written and maintained by  a  number  of  people,
     full        credits        can       be       found       on
     http://www.proftpd.org/credits.html

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/
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