output truncated to 2000 matches

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Arcoruig
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output truncated to 2000 matches

Post by Arcoruig » Mon Mar 07, 2011 9:10 am

Hi,

I've got a 220Plus at a customer of mine, which we want to use for backup trough FTP.
Now I get the ‘output truncated to 2000 matches’ notification.

How can use FFP to solve this problem? Which file needs to be changed?


Grtz,
Arco

Mijzelf
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Re: output truncated to 2000 matches

Post by Mijzelf » Mon Mar 07, 2011 7:36 pm

You can use FFP in two ways. You can try to change the settings of the firmware ftp server, or you can use the ftp server provided with FFP.

Personally I'd choose the last option. Trying to change the settings of a firmware configuration file can by cumbersome, as the firmware can change these files dynamically.

I don't know which file you need to change. On my fairly outdated firmware v2.10 there is a file /etc/vsftpd.conf, but strangely enough the available ftp server is pure-ftpd (found in /usr/local/sbin). So I have no idea which ftp server is running on newer firmware. I suppose you can find out by running

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ps -A | grep ftp
or just have a look in /etc/original/, where the firmware configuration files are.

(I suppose you know that you can get rid of this error by subdividing the data in several subdirectories?)

Arcoruig
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Re: output truncated to 2000 matches

Post by Arcoruig » Thu Mar 10, 2011 10:11 am

Thanks, I'll look into that.

Unfortunatly I can't deivide the folders because it's an CRM system which uses it's own structure.

Grtz
Arco

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