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CENTOS, Apache & PHP

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I have run out of space on a disk which houses a website written in PHP.

I created a symbolic link to another disk in the file system pointed to
by the IP address which I was able to navigate through a putty window,
but I couldn't navigate it through ftp.

I managed to adjust setup files for ftp and get past that and to adjust
apache setup files so that I can serve up a regular web page from the
linked directory through the apache server.

However when I try and serve up a php page, I get no error, but do get
an empty page. The PHP code uses some advanced features like ftpassthru
to hide elements of the directory structure.

I suspect that the problem is either in the php site code (though it
works in the "real" non-linked directory structure just fine) or in the
PHP ini files.

I did some research and I was studying this url:
http://us2.php.net/manual/en/ini.core.php in the section "Paths and
Directories" and saw the directive cgi.redirect_status_env the
description of this directive is in the ball park, but I am not certain
about it. Is cgi part of the interpretation of php on CENTOS?

Any help or guidance would be much appreciated.

Thanx

Dan
Oct 26 '08 #1
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