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Old 12-04-2003, 07:00 AM   #1
RKris
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Plesk open_basedir problem!!


Hi,

I am using plesk 2.5.5 on redhat 7.2. Whenever I enable php for a particular domain, it creates a open_basedir rule in the httpd configuration file.
I want to disable open_basedir for all domains, but when I update any entries in plesk, it rewrites those entries again.
How can I stop plesk from adding the open_base dir rules?

regards,
Krishna
 
  


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