Thanks for your post. Yes, I’m using SFPT as a workaround for now. But it’s SO SO much slower though than FTP (I need to upload/download MB sometimes and it’s painfully slow with SFTP, at least to shared server bigtop). Re number of connections - I have 20 domains all on the same shared server, all small sites, and suddenly I cannot connect via FTP to any of them, every time getting that max connections error. But that error does not occur with people connecting to the same FTP servers from elsewhere (e.g. a friend of mine located in another part of the country). So that error is either incorrect or there is some other cause of it, and as I say killing all FTP connections on all sites does nothing, despite trying it 5 times now. So it could e.g. be something to do with my ISP. Then again I can FTP to other domains fine, even ones on a dedicated DH server. That’s why I need to see the logs, so I can try to work out what is actually going on with this shared server’s FTPing.
Bottom line still I think really is that I would be very grateful if someone could please tell me how to access the logs of FTP activity on a shared DH server? Thanks very much in advance!