- Thu Mar 4 08:12:30 2004
The current local time in the form "DDD MMM dd hh:mm:ss
YYYY", where DDD is the day of the week, MMM is the month,
dd is the day of the month, hh is the hour, mm is the min-utes,
ss is the seconds, and YYYY is the year.
The total time of the transfer in seconds.
The remote host name.
The amount of transferred bytes.
The canonicalized (all symbolic links are resolved) abso-lute pathname of the transferred file.
In case of the chrooted FTP session this field can be interpreted as the pathname in the chrooted nvironment(the default interpretation) or as the one in the realfile system. The second type of interpretation can be enabled by the command-line options of the ftpd(.
The single character that indicates the type of the trans-fer. The set of possible values is:
- a An ascii transfer.
- b A binary transfer.
One or more single character flags indicating any special action taken. The set of possible values is:
- _ No action was taken
- C The file was compressed (not in use).
- U The file was uncompressed (not in use).
- T The file was tar'ed (not in use).
The direction of the transfer. The set of possible values is:
- o The outgoing transfer.
- i The incoming transfer.
The method by which the user is logged in. The set of pos-sible values is:
- a (anonymous) The anonymous guest user.
- g (guest) The real but chrooted user (this capability is guided by ftpchroot(5) file).
- r (real) The real user.
The user's login name in case of the real user, or the user's identification string in case of the anonymous user (by convention it is an email address of the user).
The name of the service being invoked. The ftpd( utility uses the ``ftp'' keyword.
The used method of the authentication. The set of possible values is:
- 0 None.
- 1 RFC931 Authentication (not in use).
The user id returned by the authentication method. The `*' symbol is used if an authenticated user id is not avail-able.
The single character that indicates the status of the transfer. The set of possible values is:
- c A complete transfer.
- i An incomplete transfer.