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Folder Permission Problem

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Community Member, 78 Posts

5 November 2011 at 11:50pm


I just moving my site from shared hosting account to Virtual Dedicated Server. I am having problem uploading image via DOM. I learn that it was problem with Assets folder sub folder permission I have to change each folder and sub folder permission to 777. On share hosting it was working fine no need to change anything. Could you please help me find out where to config to let this work?



Community Member, 78 Posts

7 November 2011 at 11:59pm

Dear All,

After google for result now I found the solution.
hope it would help other people having the sample as well.

1. PHP Handle change to FastCGI
2. Set Permission of session folder to 777
3. create folder silverstripe-cache in website root

If you already having this problem my recommendation is make fresh install.