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hi everyone, i've been searching for the part of linux kernel code which handle ftp for a long time but the kernel seems too big can anyone tell me which ...
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    hi everyone, i've been searching for the part of linux kernel code which handle ftp for a long time but the kernel seems too big
    can anyone tell me which part of the kernel handle ftp. (initiate connection, transfer data ...)
    thank you so much

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    ftp is handled in userspace. The kernel itself is neither a ftp server nor client.

    Afaik, the only ftp related code in the kernel is in the conntrack ftp module, which is used for connection tracking (as the name suggests already)
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    thank you

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    hi, I have one more question
    what about ip_vs_ftp.c
    I found that file and I saw the init, finish ftp connection code ...

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