Chestnut FTP Search is a Web application to search for files on FTP servers. Users can query files by part of the file name, the entire file name, a regular expression, or a shell pattern. To store file indexes, PostgreSQL or MySQL is used.
|Tags||Internet Web Indexing/Search FTP|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
|Translations||Ukrainian Russian English|
Release Notes: The network scanner and scanner frontier manager were implemented. The file type search parameter was added. The command line tool to manage the index was added. The possibility to toggle between FTP passive and active mode was added. Minor improvements and bugfixes were made.
Release Notes: User interface improvements were made. The ability to update the file index from ls-lR like files was added. Improvements in new file pages were made. There are new search parameters: Minimum Size, Maximum Size, and Online Only. Minor bugfixes and minor improvements have been made.
Release Notes: New configuration parameters were added to limit resource loading. A bug in the indexer that caused mistaken "Possible infinitive loop!" errors was fixed. The possibility to disallow indexing of particular paths on particular servers was added. A new feature to show a list of new files on servers was added. An indicator of the server state (online/offline) was added. Performance improvements were made.
Release Notes: Improvements in the server list page: it will highlight servers with errors in last indexing, and show the error message and error time. New configuration parameters to customize main page content and meta tags. The indexer can work as a daemon process, and automatically detect and fix dead server locks at startup. File structure browsing without connecting to the file server is possible.
Release Notes: A bug has been fixed where the indexer becomes unable to update information when a symlink on a remote server becomes a directory and vice versa. web.py was removed from the distribution. The code was updated to use web.py 0.2 API. and minor improvements have been made.