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How to run a command when a directory's contents are updated?

I need to be notified and perform other tasks when a file is uploaded onto my server. Is there any method/system call that will be triggered or anything that I can hook onto?

I'm using vsftpd as my ftp server.

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marked as duplicate by Gilles, jasonwryan, warl0ck, Renan, Tim Kennedy Sep 26 '12 at 19:21

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This is a similar question on SO; inotify can also watch directories, so the answers there might help. (You could also use something like pyftpdlib (or something like that for your language of choice) to integrate the FTP server functionality in your application.) – sr_ Sep 25 '12 at 8:40

Use dazukofs then, but it's unlikely to be supported in latest kernels, you will need to patch it manually.

Many AV uses dazukofs as on-access scan approach.

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According to the website, dazuko has no maintainer and the latest release is more than a year old. It sounds like a heavyweight solution which inotify/similar can solve more easily (and with less kernel patching) – Ben Graham Sep 26 '12 at 1:54

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