tomondev commented Nov 29, 2014 We also tried running postgresql (9.3) with boot2docker (1.3.0) and failed docker run --rm -i -t -v /Users/
I also ADD the data needed and them add a VOLUME to the same location. Andrea De Iacovo -----BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE----- Version: GnuPG v1.4.6 (GNU/Linux) iD8DBQFIFKNBMXahCK22/rwRAiFCAKCfOk3s1v0yWB+cYT9MXG5qRVepKQCfcEAc bFCw6jon6rKipKawdgWkXeA= =NIRT -----END PGP SIGNATURE----- Bug archived. Sharaj says: August 17, 2015 at 3:02 am Thank you so much. Message #15 received at firstname.lastname@example.org (full text, mbox, reply): From: "Andrea De Iacovo"
But YMMV and that's why I've just done this in bootlocal.sh instead of a pull request. Make sure both directories are writeable by the ftp user. With this, the default UID for VirtualBox's Shared Folders (within the VM) is root with a GID of vboxsf. Is its parent directory writable by the server?
In an save environment you can enable root user to log in via ftp. Vrakfall commented Feb 16, 2015 Hosting folders with samba to read them with nfs... ludofleury commented Feb 18, 2015 @mnapoli for your use case, I ended with a solution mixing volume container & custom path for the Symfony/php app cache/logs. Wordpress Miscellaneous Settings And finally, all website-specific configurations (for each virtual host) will be under /etc/nginx/sites-available.
It is entirely possible that you have chosen the wrong directory for file uploads in wordpress. vmaatta referenced this issue in docker/docker Nov 10, 2014 Closed docker volumes w remote daemon #4023 bradgessler commented Nov 11, 2014 I've approached this problem with a slightly different work-around since Why credit card information mostly not stolen? https://wordpress.org/support/topic/unable-to-create-wp-contentuploads/ So, you need to verify that the path entered over here is correct path.
I have messed with this for MONTHS and am unable to find a way to fix it. https://forum.filezilla-project.org/viewtopic.php?t=30341 Contributor paolomainardi commented Mar 10, 2016 Guys to solve all the permissions problems you just have to switch to NFS instead of vboxfs, it''s not really a matter of dlite or Unable To Create Directory Is Its Parent Directory Writable By The Server Wordpress International users will probably add php5-intl. Unable To Create Directory Uploads My permissions are set to 755.
Ok, with cifs that would work but... Check This Out This might be a more suitable environment for cloud-based networks — some providers allow you to allocate a set amount of CPUs, memory and disk, but you can launch as many drwxr-xr-x 1 1000 staff 102 Nov 29 10:43 .. Son's music tastes How does Star Fleet maintain staff morale given that there is no salary difference between the top and bottom guy? Unable To Create Directory Wp-content/uploads Localhost
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Member SvenDowideit commented Oct 23, 2014 @tianon ? Vrakfall commented Feb 17, 2015 What was I thinking. Read More Copyright © 2016 | Tips and Tricks HQReturn to top of page WordPress.org Search WordPress.org for: Showcase Themes Plugins Mobile SupportForumsDocumentation Get Involved About Blog Hosting Download WordPress Support Wp-content/uploads Directory If you don't know how to do this then read the tutorial on how to change permissions.
Some Nginx configurations that you might find out there will probably just use one single file for everything (Nginx usually doesn't have very long configuration files anyway). We all know where the static files are: wp-content/upload directories for example. It's certainly a different approach, but it easily accomplishes the same goal. have a peek here Unable to create directory wp-content/uploads/2013/02 I personally faced this issue a while back and wrote a quick fix tutorial on this subject.
It is temporary solution to check where is the problem. Log into your WordPress admin dashboard Go to Media Settings menu (Settings -> Media) Enter wp-content/uploads in the "Store uploads in this folder" text box Save the changes by hitting the "Save Changes" But now it's working so it's too late. This is a linux file system permissions issue.
volkanunsal referenced this issue in kartoza/docker-postgis Jan 9, 2015 Closed Mounting volumes #17 hgl commented Jan 16, 2015 I think this should be fixed from the docker end. This allows working around the problem without making any changes to the host or the VM and only requires one small change within the container, something that should be fairly easy Now you will need to point site1.mydomain.com, site2.mydomain.com, myotherdomain.com and anotherdomain.com all to the same IP address (Nginx will handle the rest). Vrakfall commented Feb 17, 2015 That did it. :3 It was kinda my fault.
robsonek @robsonek 3 months, 2 weeks ago It's really strange, because if you changed permissions to 777 that mean any user can write. If all went well, W3TC has done some under-the-hood magic for you. And finally we'll explain how you can host multiple sites with completely different domain names using a single WordPress multisite installation. kphelippo @kphelippo 3 months, 2 weeks ago Yes, I know that it's not a good idea, but I was wondering if my issue was a permission issue or not.
It's a pitty that most solutions that you find on google are all about editing code (define(‘FS_METHOD’, ‘direct’);) to the wp-config.php and changing permissions. Just like you can open psql in a container, you can pg_dump data in a temporary container into/out the extra host mounted folder: docker run -ti --volumes-from postgres-data --link postgres:postgres --rm