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Tal`s
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ERROR when i`m adding server

#1 Postby Tal`s » Jun 26, 2010 9:22 am

File Server tests:
api.cgi: OK
temp dir exist: ERROR
temp dir mkdir: ERROR
temp dir rmdir: ERROR
tmp dir exist: ERROR
tmp dir mkdir: ERROR
tmp dir rmdir: ERROR
upload dir exist: ERROR
upload dir mkdir: ERROR
upload dir rmdir: ERROR
htdocs dir exist: ERROR
htdocs dir mkdir: ERROR
htdocs dir symlink: ERROR
htdocs dir symlink del: ERROR
htdocs dir rmdir: ERROR
config read: OK
config write: OK
fs.cgi: OK
upload.cgi: OK
htdocs URL accessibility: OK

what the problem?

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#2 Postby admin » Jun 28, 2010 6:40 am

Looks like paths in your file server config is not correct.

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#3 Postby SolidSnke » Aug 12, 2010 11:04 am

i am getting a similar issue, as follows;

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File Server tests:
api.cgi: OK
temp dir exist: OK
temp dir mkdir: OK
temp dir rmdir: OK
tmp dir exist: OK
tmp dir mkdir: OK
tmp dir rmdir: OK
upload dir exist: OK
upload dir mkdir: OK
upload dir rmdir: OK
htdocs dir exist: ERROR
htdocs dir mkdir: ERROR
htdocs dir symlink: ERROR
htdocs dir symlink del: ERROR
htdocs dir rmdir: ERROR
config read: OK
config write: OK
fs.cgi: OK
upload.cgi: OK
htdocs URL accessibility: OK


..but mine is with only the htdocs (is this the htdocs from the file I got from you guys?)

And another question, since my server is www/xfs (thats where I put the htdocs files), does it need to be named htdocs. Because I just put the contents of htdocs into the xfs directory.

Thanks in advance.

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#4 Postby admin » Aug 13, 2010 6:01 am

check your /files/ folder permissions and path in file server config file

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#5 Postby SolidSnke » Aug 13, 2010 7:30 pm

** EDIT ***

This was solved, and just in-case anyone else has this problem here is the solution;

The htdocs directory they are looking for there is the one that you are setting up in the add server screen. This is a folder you create somewhere that will hold all the files people upload.

Just a thought on that name htdos, it might be better named something a bit more conducive to what it is, just my thoughts.

Thanks for all the help guys.


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