[pmwiki-users] Host concerns
SMETS Stephane BKS-IT
stephane.smets at banksys.be
Thu Mar 29 06:48:27 CDT 2007
There is only the wiki.d folder to be write permission for the web server. And the base mechanism use flat files so Pmwiki can't do that in another way. I'am not sure but maybe there is a cookbook to use Mysql to put the pages but it is clearly NOT pmwiki "style of life" -:-) What is the OS and webserver used?
From: pmwiki-users-bounces at pmichaud.com [mailto:pmwiki-users-bounces at pmichaud.com]On Behalf Of Dan Knight
Sent: jeudi 29 mars 2007 13:42
To: pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
Subject: [pmwiki-users] Host concerns
I would like to use pmwiki for some in-house projects, but my host is concerned about write permissions and runaway processes:
"Is there a way it can run without having the webserver writing files to your directory? Or is that impossible? I just hate to give the web server any sort of ability to do that, for fear of runaway processes filling up the drive, etc."
How do I answer him?
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