I have a couple questions on ftp configuration on Solaris 8
1. I get the impression from reading various man pages that there is a
way to limit the number of outbound ftp connections that can be active
for a single user. If this is true, where is the limit defined?
2. I also get the impression that there is a mechanism that can cause an
inactive ftp session to be aborted and cause ftp to exit. If this is
true, where is it configured?
3. If a shell script is used as a cron job to automatically kick off an
ftp transfer, what signal can be sent (other than SIGKILL) to the shell
script which will cause the shell script to kill the ftp session and
then exit the shell script. I tried SIGTERM but it was ignored and I had
to use the SIGKILL even though I don't like to use that one if I can
Any help appreciated.