[Typo3] Problem with folder move... File not written to disk! Write permission error in filesystem?

Gilles Deacur tronno22556 at gmail.com
Sun Dec 11 16:47:45 CET 2005

Gilles Deacur wrote:
> Gilles Deacur wrote:
>> Roy Beck wrote:
>>> Gilles Deacur wrote:
>>>> How do you check the ownership of files?  Is this something that can 
>>>> be done with an FTP browser?  I'm using FileZilla.
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>>> I don't know about FileZilla, but in CuteFTP you just right-click on 
>>> the file and select "Properties". (Can't change it though, need shell 
>>> access for that) Since you moved your files from one folder to 
>>> another on the same host, chances are your ouwnership is fine. With 
>>> me, I moved from one host to another and had to change the ownerships 
>>> ( I tarballed my entire site, ftp'd the tarball to the new host then 
>>> expanded the file...I have shell access on my new host so that was 
>>> easier for me.) Your problem is more likely the open_basedir issue.
>>> Roy Beck
>>> rabeck at islanders.ca
>>> http://www.islanders.ca
>> What I had to do is download all files to my harddrive and then upload 
>> to a different position in the website.  Filezilla apparently lacks a 
>> feature that just moves the files around on the site itself.
>> I went into the install tool and my open_basedir is : open_basedir: off
>> This is the exact same setting in the old site location.
> I fired up my CuteFTP and did a "move" from the old location to the new 
> location, so I imagine it would have automatically overwritten the old 
> permissions and ownerships.  Still get the same error upon logging into 
> the backend.
Furthermore, I checked the file ownership, and my uploads defaulted them 
to my username, whereas on the old site, a lot of them were marked as 
"nobody".  Does the fact that they are marked as "myusername" vs. 
"nobody" have any sort of impact?

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