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Description of problem:
I am using Redhat EL3 (AS) Taroon Update 5 with kernel 2.4.21-32.0.1.ELsmp. The vsftpd.conf is in /etc/vsftpd and it is started by "service vsftpd start".
The vsftpd configuration is mostly in default settings. I have tested a number some other vsftpd version (v1.2.2 rpm package for rh9), also encounter this problem. I have also tuned some of the vsftpd configuratons such as "enable chroot user", "enable ascii upload" etc and this bug is reproduced in all the tests.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1.Launch 2 ftp connections to the ftp server
2.start uploading a file from both connections to the same destination folder
3.make sure both connections are transfering the same file simultaneously
Actual Results: the resulting upload will be corrupted with file size around double of the orginal file
Expected Results: A correct copy of upload from the most recent transfer (the connection which ends later )
It seems that the two ftp transfer streams somehow merged due to the identical file name.
I've got a patch for this issue, it's on proposed list for next RHEL update.
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> I've got a patch for this issue, it's on proposed list for next RHEL update.
Hi, can you send me the patch for testing? or do i have to request through my
Created attachment 120244 [details]
rename patch for vsftpd-1.2.1
This patch renames the target file and overwrites the same file..
Would be great if you can test it and prove that it's correct.
Hi, man , Thanks the patch works perfectly.
Added to Update propose list
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