[pmwiki-users] Suppress WARNING in pmwiki.php
pkay42 at gmail.com
Mon Apr 17 10:37:12 CDT 2017
Adding the '@' will only mean the problem doesn't get reported, which as
Petko notes, might not be too bad. On the other hand, I've found problems
with open_basedir before: file_exists was returning false because
open_basedir wouldn't let it stat the file. The problem I had was one of
the intermediary directories wasn't readable by the web server - I was only
able to figure out what was going on from reading up on open_basedir after
seeing the errors.
That directory path really doesn't look healthy to me, but I don't use a
windows server, so I don't actually know. Is that what normal wiki file
paths look like for you?
On Sat, Apr 15, 2017 at 6:18 PM, Brian Tibbels <
brian.tibbels at clickmarlow.co.uk> wrote:
> I have a Pmwiki installation which has recently moved server and it
> produces the following warning. It is being suggested to me by my webhost
> that a "@" is prefixed on the offending function at the given line to
> suppress this warning rather than changing the "open_basedir" parameter in
> the PHP setup.
> The offending line is
> 1108 : return ($pagefile && file_exists($pagefile));
> I would appreciate some enlightenment on this please.
> *Warning*: file_exists(): open_basedir restriction in effect.
> \1.local.farmmap.txt) is not within the allowed path(s):
> (D:/domains/web-pack-001.package\;C:\Windows\Temp\) in *D:\domains\web-pack-001.package\httpdocs\mydomain.co.uk
> <http://mydomain.co.uk>\1\pmwiki.php* on line *1108*
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