Php-bugs 2011-07-31 09:53:52
Comment by: subsolanus at hotmail dot com
Reported By: james dot grey at bt dot com
Bug Type: Network related
Operating System: W2K
PHP Version: 4.3.3
This is indeed true.
As I sidenote, if you’re running Apache on Windows, you can fix this
problem by running the server from the local user to which the network
drive is mapped, instead of running it as a system service.
I’ve had a similar problem trying to read a network file via the
This is file permissions issue, not a PHP bug.
————————————————————————[2003-11-14 03:48:15] Leblanc at phpzipscript dot org
Do not forget that the default SYSTEM User under windows (Services run
under this user by default, like Apache) DO NOT have access to mapped
network drives. Mapped network drives are mounted for a specific user
indeed and won’t work for other users.
To verify this, just logon with another login/password and you won’t
see your J: drive letter if you didn’t mount it for this specific user.
————————————————————————[2003-11-12 07:05:38] james dot grey at bt dot com
copy()Seem to fail only when the destination directory is a mapped
also tried this…
$cmd = “copy D:\\temp\\test.csv D:\\temp\\temp_2\\test2.csv”;
$cmd = “copy D:\\temp\\temp_2\\test.csv
yet checking the remote location in DOS… its all ok
1 file(s) copied.
$filename = “test.csv”;
$dir_remote = “J:\\10_Operational\\INLIFESUPPORT\\HELPDESK\\”;
$dir_local = “D:\\temp\\”;
$dir_local2 = “D:\\temp\\temp_2\\”;
copy($dir_local . $filename , $dir_local2 . $filename);
//does not work..
copy($dir_local . $filename , $dir_remote . $filename);
file copied to local and remote location
failed to open stream: No such file or directory in …
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