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Mastacheata Offline
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RE: PHP bugged
That sounds strange.
Just to clarify some things in my mind and get clear that we talk about the same thing.
Your error message still states an open_basedir restriction. The only difference is that it now states the correct path to your domain (e.g. /var/www/virtual/hosting-zone.eu/...)

That would be pretty strange since the open_basedir directive states just this path.

There's something even more strange in your last post. Your Apache config says something about mod_php5. Are you using a custom php install for that site? Maybe you are editing the wrong php.ini then.

Another Diagnostics Idea:
Inside the folder where the script resides that calls the file_exists function put a phpinfo document.
Compare the path that your script tries to open with the open_basedir path that phpinfo says.
01-29-2009 11:26 AM
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RE: PHP bugged
I succeed in recompiling the PHP and the bug has gone. I post Apache config because it's default. ispCP is writing a php directives in his config.
01-29-2009 05:51 PM
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RE: PHP bugged
Good to hear, even though I still don't understand what caused such a strange problem. Have you got any new clues which config was wrong in the old php install?
01-29-2009 11:36 PM
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RE: PHP bugged
I think the main config was gone wrong or maybe the Distro is broken. Now, I'm reinstalling all my server to CentOS 5.2, I think it will be better choice than Debian
01-30-2009 02:18 AM
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Post: #15
RE: PHP bugged
Hello

I just wonder where and how i can edit the file transport?

Its like this. i have a domain kalle.com on my ispCP then i have mail accounts on another mail server.

i need to tell it that mail should be redirected to this other mailserver in the same network. How can i do that?

i want to have ispCP log mail to support@kalle.com.

i hope you understand what i mean.

Thanks
My OS: Debian
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02-17-2009 10:14 PM
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RE: PHP bugged
Hi peman

please open a new thread - IMHO this is not the same topic.

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02-17-2009 10:26 PM
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