On Wednesday 02 January 2002 17:08, Niall O Broin wrote:
> I have a situation where people use FTP to upload files to a server and
> whenever a file has been uploaded som post processing needs doing to it.
> The ideal solution to this would be a FTP server which would run some
> process when a file has been uploaded, passing the process the pathname of
> the uploaded file and perhaps some other information (owner ? - for my
> purposes, the pathname will suffice). Apparently this had been discussed on
> some server's dev. list but hadn't been implemented.
How about using something like fam to monitor the upload directory?
It doesn't sound like something that would be difficult to implement inside
the ftp server itself though.
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