Originally Posted by Chuck S
You data path should have a trailing slash as it notes in the line in global options.
There are no notes in the global options at all on whether a trailing slash is required.
If I add one, I can see on the bulkupload screen that it's now adding two slashes to the upload URL.
If I leave off the trailing slash it's correct.
So my global admin looks like this:
Full server path to the Photopost data directory: /net/www/photopost/data
Path to uploads directory: /net/www/photopost/uploads
I don't think the problem is here though, it's in the data directory.
I can clearly upload to the uploads folder as when I ftp in to that folder I can see my pictures sitting there, so the problem is either some processing that then happens or the permissions or ownership in the data folder.
All directories in the data folder have 777 permission applied, so if I my understanding of linux is correct that should negate any file ownership or group issues as anyone can write to that folder?
So that then points back to an processing issue, so it would be helpful to know what the http://myurl/photopost/bulkupload.ph...iew&defcat=500
script does in order so that I can troubleshoot that.
Also just as an aside there is a php "bug" that I'm aware of could this be the cause? PHP Bugs: #45996: libxml2 2.7.1 causes breakage with character data in xml_parse()
It is affecting my vBulletin installation but only with a few things.