I wonder if I can create a symbolic link equivalent. Marc I sometimes find this useful. Thank you for the reply! This counts not only for windows but also for linux. In most cases you need to trust your backup software enough to allow it to read all your data. But, this same path is not accepted by Windows. Till Thanks, that actually makes sense To be honest, I wasn't quite aware of your suggested option of creating aliases for a website. Once you get it working, you can go back and create that special account.
Trying to use File Manager, we get the error in this thread title. It only occurred every so often. Windows support case sensitive filesystems in any modern versions 2. I had the same Problem like the others. I am only using it for local development, so I'm not sure how this affects security. This also means you need to trust your backup medium with all your data. I had to do this because my server doesn't allow me to delete files that apache writes because I don't have permissions, so.
Below are some infos generated by phpInfo: maybe this will help somebody SystemLinux ep09 2. You cannot back up a file which you cannot read otherwise, so the permissions will have to be either changed or overriden by root. To examine any directory other than a root directory, use an appropriate path to that directory, with no trailing backslash. I edited the script a little bit. Hope this helps somebody in a similar fix! Any clue to this mystery would be appreciated. I found this similar question:.
Fair enough if this was just a try. Php run it's session garbage collectors based on information set in php. You can use flags for select what content you need. This has to run in a cron job and I prefer a simple one-line solution using only the rsync command. I went to the Sharing tab and clicked the Perissions button for the F Drive Share. I let apache do the work. Hello, I am using owncloud with allinkl.
In no case can I manually log into the remote machine and become root because I'll be sleeping when this runs. I tried lots of different formats against my better judgement but none worked. Don't worry I wouldn't leave it on 777, I have just tried that in an effort to get things working. Have a question about this project? With the exception of dump, dd and similar backups that copy the partition rather that files, backups programs read the files from the file system. I'm the admin on the remote server and I want to use rsync to back up files to my local box.
The next choice would be a shell script I can call from the cron job. I believe that it will be useful! I've done this before in older versions of windows, but I don't think I've ever done it to a network share. I used the Chmod chmod 777 for the file, but it was only applied in the directory, not being applicable to the files inside that directory. Using this code is fast and instant you'll have to chop up the output yourself but so be it! Take a swing over to and you should be able to view the network resource just fine. The opendir functionality works correctly in release 5.
It and others like it should not be readable except by root. Returns a list of all the files in the directory and any subdirectories. Hopefully this helps someone else. It can be quite usefull when searching in alot of files in alot subdirectories. The group exists only for the apache server to get read access to server images and plain html files without scripts. Just a few files won't transfer due to permissions. If you want to use several domains on the same cms system, you would use a aliasdomain in ispconfig and dont create a new website.
I wrote a function to recursively delete files from a starting directory. The bug site is buggy, at least in Chrome. You can use opendir on all valid existant and reachable folders. This code works perfectly if the file is stored on the same server and is accessed through a local path. Here is what I found out using phpinfo : At all-inkl you could choose to use php as a apache-module or as cgi for ex. I uploaded a file to owncloud via http and don't see the error. Thats right, but not limited to ispconfig.
Here's the error: receiving file list. First of all, you need to set the run user for Apache to a user that has access to the share see in post before. So I can confirm the workaround mentioned for 50542 works if the environment allows for it, but mine does not. And again, it has absolutely nothing do with case sensitive paths. The above mentioned workaround doesn't work for my installation. However, in my case, I was trying to create an actual readable resource, so I edited my Apache config file to create an alias to my share. It doesn't have any search function, but just another example.
I'll be more careful in the future. Changing permissions did not solve the issue. Don't know where the error is coming from. Can you try to set the perms correctly and tell me if it works out for you? If it is not allowed to read the attributes, php won't be able to load that file or path. Or would that tear a big security hole in my server? But is there no way to make this setup run anyway? I also tried them with forward slashes, didn't work either.