Welcome to Geeklog Wednesday, October 21 2020 @ 11:53 pm EDT

Geeklog Forums

filemgmt 1.5.2


Status: offline

burjans

Forum User
Chatty
Registered: 03/06/06
Posts: 52
Location:Santiago de Cuba. Cuba
it already creates these directories:

filemgmt_data
filemgmt_data/files
filemgmt_data/files/tmp
filemgmt_data/snaps
filemgmt_data/snaps/tmp
filemgmt_data/category_snaps

now it wanted to know that information I must put in each space in target, like creating the categories, already had created them but I put directions there and nothing works to me, if they put a concrete example to me could fix it, I have not been able to add no file for my section of unloadings, in fact no longer I see nor the Categories that had created.

I wait for aid Embarassed
 Quote

Status: offline

burjans

Forum User
Chatty
Registered: 03/06/06
Posts: 52
Location:Santiago de Cuba. Cuba
Whenever treatment to add a file to my zone of unloadings leaves the following error to me:

File Management Plugin Error Code: 1106
ERROR: Upload Add Error: The new file was not created. Check error.log

Please Help
 Quote

Status: offline

eyecravedvd

Forum User
Full Member
Registered: 09/06/03
Posts: 152
I'd visit the maker of the file management plugin and ask on their boards. You may get a quicker reply here.

Edit... which it seems you have already done!
Shane | www.EyeCraveDVD.com
 Quote

Status: offline

koalasoft

Forum User
Full Member
Registered: 09/03/05
Posts: 242
Location:Mexico
The new file was not created. Check error.log


Ya verificastes que error te manda en tu log que te indica aqui mismo ??
trata de subir un fichero y vericficas tus log.

Greetings !! Mr. Green
**Cuando el Alumno esta listo, el Maestro Aparece ** ::Geeklog support in Spanish::
 Quote

Status: offline

Blaine

Forum User
Moderator
Registered: 16/07/02
Posts: 1232
Location:Canada
I suggest you review the install directions and multiple forum posts on setup issues users have had.
Geeklog components by PortalParts -- www.portalparts.com
 Quote

Status: offline

burjans

Forum User
Chatty
Registered: 03/06/06
Posts: 52
Location:Santiago de Cuba. Cuba
Error log
--------------------------------
Filemgmt submit error -: Temporary file cold not be created: /tmp/php16tbNw to tmp/ygWxDfbfXT.zip

AQddNewFileShot - Upload filename is forum-2.3.2_1.3.9.zip

Filemgmt File Add by admin error: New file could not be created: /tmp/phpVKIR25 to forum_2.3.2_1.3.9.zip
---------------------------------
 Quote

Status: offline

burjans

Forum User
Chatty
Registered: 03/06/06
Posts: 52
Location:Santiago de Cuba. Cuba
as administrator leaves this to me

File Management PluginError Code: 1102
ERROR: Upload submit Error: The temporary filestore file was not created. Check error.log

like user

ERROR: No access to this Document Repository Section
Usuario yogi75h does not have access to the Document Repository

please help me Embarassed

that I can do
 Quote

Status: offline

Blaine

Forum User
Moderator
Registered: 16/07/02
Posts: 1232
Location:Canada
Verify the directories were created under your public_html folder and that permissions allow for the webserver to create 'write' to these folders - all of them. This may require them to be set to 777 'unix perms' so for testing - set the perms so everyone can write. If that works, back off the perms until youn have the minimum set that work.

If you are using a FTP client to set these permissions or view them, use an alternate way to verify as some FTP clients can fool you. Login to your server or use the cpanel filemanager to verify.

The webserver not having write permission or folders not created in the correct location or .. filemgmt settings not correct are the reason for setup issues 99.99% of the time.

Test initially with small files less then 2 Meg so you can be certain that PHP defaults are not preventing the upload.

Ensure the webserver can store the file in the default upload folder on the server. Before the filemgmt code even gets the file to save, it's first saved by PHP and the webserver to a temp folder - see PHP server settings but this is typically /tmp on unix servers.

Ensure the filmgmt plugin settings are being saved - it needs to write to the plugins/filemgmt/filemgmt.php file and if this file does not allow write, then the settings are not saved.


Geeklog components by PortalParts -- www.portalparts.com
 Quote

All times are EDT. The time is now 11:53 pm.

  • Normal Topic
  • Sticky Topic
  • Locked Topic
  • New Post
  • Sticky Topic W/ New Post
  • Locked Topic W/ New Post
  •  View Anonymous Posts
  •  Able to post
  •  Filtered HTML Allowed
  •  Censored Content