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common php scripts to include

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by dl2rbi, Dec 24, 2005.

  1. dl2rbi

    dl2rbi Guest

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    There are many (SUB) Domains using the same common php tools (hits counter, date functions, ....)
    I don't like to use many copies of the same files in each domain's directory.
    Is there a common solution (like Alias in apache or sott links) to work together with suexec, apache2 and plesk enviroment ?.

    /var/www/vhosts/domain_1/httpdocs/<common> ---|
    /var/www/vhosts/domain_2/httpdocs/<common> ---|
    /var/www/vhosts/domain_3/httpdocs/<common> ---|--- linked to /share/common/<xxx.php>

    what about suexec's user / group values (there are different ftp (domain) accounts)

    Any idea ?
     
  2. ArchStanton

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  3. dl2rbi

    dl2rbi Guest

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    uid eith safe_mode

    That's the solulution I searched, but with safe:mode on the uid must be the same.
    Because there are several different domains, each domain has its own ftp-user with their own uid.
    I'll get an error like:

    SAFE MODE Restriction in effect. The script whose uid is 10002 is not allowed to access ./srv_com/smarty/Smarty.class.php owned by uid 0 in /var/www/vhosts .....

    If safe_mode is switched off, I can use these scripts but ....
    Any idiea to access php scripts with different uid's in common directories with safe_mode on feature ??
     
  4. ArchStanton

    ArchStanton Guest

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    If you use the sub-domain feature, you can upload the files using the same user. Of course if these aren;'t sub-domains, then I'm not really sure. If you have root access, you could upload the files with SSH. A good windows client for that is WinSCP:
    http://winscp.net/

    That may or may not help.
     
  5. dl2rbi

    dl2rbi Guest

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    different uid's

    If I have subdomains with the same ftp-user account, there is no problem, because all sub-domains are using identical uid's.
    It's no problem to cahnge uid's of uploaded files, but which is the owner of the file ...?
    If I use the domain_1 as owner, the others aren't able to use the included modules in common.
    I wouldn't like to switch off safe_mode. Isn't there any solution with a common uid to handle it in safe_mode ?
     
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