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Old 21st December 2010, 22:28
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Default Length of php_open_basedir

Please increase the allowed length of php_open_basedir in sites/templates/web_domain_advanced.htm from 255 to something larger, or eliminate the limit tag entirely.

The database field is TEXT which will allow 65,535 characters. php_open_basedir directives can get pretty long. A search will show at least one other person who ran into this.

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I've removed the limit in svn stable branch.
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