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Old 5th May 2009, 16:13
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If vsftpd is not listening, this explains the "connection refused" thing. But you should see any startup errors when starting vsftpd, if not on the screen then at least in the log I'd guess.
So either the [OK] behind "starting" in your restart process is misleading or vsftpd is crashed anywhen after a successful start, as it indicated "ok".
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