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Old 3rd February 2013, 15:11
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Default php base_dir config doesn't work

Hello everybody

I'm using ISPConfig for several years and recently I'd update OS and ISPConfig. Since it, the configuration in ISPConfig pannel in System->Server Configuration -> PHP open_basedir doesn't take effect on my web.
Seeing base_dir configuration inside web (echo ini_get('open_basedir')) I can see than all changes done in ISPConfig3 pannel are useless.

At last i've commented that in /etc/apache2/sites-available/siragga.es.vhost:
# Clear PHP settings of this website
# <FilesMatch "\.ph(p3?|tml)$">
# SetHandler None
# </FilesMatch>
# php as fast-cgi enabled
Since that, I can write open_basedir paths in php.ini and works fine. Of course it's not a good solution as that configuration is global for all websites and obscured to ISPConfig3.

What can I do to keep doing all configuration with pannel?

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