[pmwiki-users] widi.d file = 0 byte
marc.alexis.m at gmail.com
Sun Nov 17 08:51:44 CST 2013
Thx for the your explain of the writing process of pmwiki. It is usefull
for my (poor) understanding.
Le 17/11/2013 14:32, Petko Yotov a écrit :
> This is not normal. PmWiki creates a new empty file "PageName,new"...
Maybe the error occured at this moment ? But then, the original page
must stay beside the new one (empty). Sometimes, ther was no
"PageName,New", but just "PageName" only, and empty.
Maybe this is not the same problem as the sessions problem.
> I cannot easily imagine how the original file is deleted before the
> "*,new" file is filled with the new content.
Yes. I should mistake something...
> ... if PmWiki worked before, and if it works on many
> other environements, then there is something particular on your
> installation, which likely changed recently.
Of course ! That what I think. But a change or an error on the server
environment, not in my pmwiki install whitch worked before. For example,
I use in intranets others php utils, like File Thingie
(http://www.solitude.dk/filethingie/) or eXtplorer
(http://extplorer.sourceforge.net/). And they do not run ; they use
authentification, so, I thinks, sessions. Impossible to do user/pass
> If you read the documentation I linked...
Excuse me. I read. I think I understand : I change all "php5" by
"php5-2" in dirs where a *.php exists (pmwiki, cookbook, scripts...) and
in the www root dir. But that do not correct the error.
Also, a phpinfo execute in the root dir says "PHP Version 5.2.9-1.illimite".
> You can install a clean PmWiki version in a different directory to test
> if it works. If it doesn't, there is no point in upgrading the main wiki.
Yes. I'll do that. But my cnx is a bad 3G, and every manipulation is
difficult, more difficult when there is clouds... :-)
many many thanks for your help !
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