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If you have the space, you could keep a local copy of the remote hierarchy. When your inotify triggers due to a change in your real hierarchy you can use rsync -a -i between the real and local copy to update it and generate a list of actual changes. Apply just this list to rsync update the remote from the local copy. To help with this scenario, see the ...
It's impossible to diagnose such vague problems over the Internet. Look at the system logs for clues. If that doesn't help (but it probably will), trace the FTP server to see what it's doing — analyzing the trace is a lot more difficult than reading log messages though. It's unlikely that the problem is related to the failed upgrade, but it is possible that ...
You indicated you are connecting via localhost. You will probably need to specify the interface with -i lo (or lo0 on a Mac), so use: sudo tcpdump -i lo -vv -A port ftp or on a Mac: sudo tcpdump -i lo0 -vv -A port ftp The you should see the traffic. The reason: -i Listen on interface. If unspecified, tcpdump searches the system interface list ...
Another possibility : check disk quotas for the user/group (ext : repquota -a, xfs : xfs_quota -x -c 'report' /mount_point)
You should remove the pasv_address line so that the server takes the address from the connected socket. Check the manual: http://vsftpd.beasts.org/vsftpd_conf.html
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