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I have instaled OJS in a ISP server successfully and it seemed to work correctly, but....i have problems with the upload files. Uploading articles, logos, or any other file takes place an error of the type:
Warning: mkdir(): SAFE MODE Restriction in effect. The script whose uid is 631 is not allowed to access /home/moc22e/domains/tonosdigital.com/public_html/ojs/ficheros/journals/4/articles/2 owned by uid 48 in /home/moc22e/domains/tonosdigital.com/public_html/ojs/classes/file/FileManager.inc.php on line 234
Warning: move_uploaded_file(): SAFE MODE Restriction in effect. The script whose uid is 631 is not allowed to access /home/moc22e/domains/tonosdigital.com/public_html/ojs/ficheros/journals/4/articles/2 owned by uid 48 in /home/moc22e/domains/tonosdigital.com/public_html/ojs/classes/file/FileManager.inc.php on line 95
The SAFE MODE is ON and so the GID of the created files/folders by OJS is "apache" while the GID of the rest of the files is "myuser". I think that it is what causes that the error appears.
The ISP said that cannot set the safe mode to off due to its security policy.
They have modified all uid/gid to set "myuser/myuser" for all files and it solve the problem termporaly. When a new file is upload the problem appears again (for the file or its folder with owner:apache group:apache).
it is possible to solve this problem or OJS is incompatible with Safe mode on
Thanks for the help.
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There's a bit of discussion of this at http://ca.php.net/manual/en/features.safe-mode.php#45917
; there is a possible solution at http://ca.php.net/manual/en/features.safe-mode.php#55581
Another solution would be to see if your ISP will consider enabling the safe_mode_gid option, which will relax the UID-based ownership check to a GID (group ID) check. If your user is then placed in a group with the web server user (e.g. apache) and file permissions are properly set in your OJS files directory, it'll work.
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