Re: logging file names with sftp
- From: Agile Aspect <agile.aspect@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 2 Sep 2009 22:34:18 -0700
Hi Darren - thanks for the reply!
The so-called "normal" logging is working - the problem is it's tragically
We store IP information on the server. In addition, it's not possible to have
security without accountability.
I was able to modify sftp-server.c to our needs, i.e., basically log every
sftp command issued - including the names of the files transferred - tagged
with user name and stored in a seperate log file.
If anyone is interested in what I did I would more than happy to share it -
otherwise I won't bore you to death.
In short, I solved the my problem and thanks!
On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 6:27 PM, Darren Tucker<dtucker@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Agile Aspect wrote:
Hi - I' m trying to log file names of the files which are transferred
(basically in the same manner as vsftp, proftpd, etc.) but regardless
of how high I turn on debugging, the file name won't show up!
How did you try configuring it?
Basically you just need to add the -l and -f options to the sftp-server line
in sshd_config to specify the appropriate syslog level and facility and
restart sshd to pick up the changes. See sftp-server(8) man page for
details. syslog will also need to be configured appropriately.
Darren Tucker (dtucker at zip.com.au)
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