Can anyone help me out with some advice?
I have a redhat enterprise 3 server that my users ssh into (openssh
3.91). I want to set a maximum limit, if I can, on the size of files
being uploaded. Not an overall quota, a max size per file.
I don't want to set a restriction on the permitted file sizes on the
server because I assume this will interfere with my log generation etc.
and because I'm stuck with a lot of legacy content in my document tree
(it's a web server) over the size I now want to impose. I just want to
stop users uploading any more enormous files.
I'm working on the assumption that the way to do this is via the
sshd_config but I can't find any way to do so. Does anyone know if this
is possible, or have any alternative suggestions??
Thanks in advance
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