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Bug #14979 Uploads on Windows XP with apache do not upload
Submitted: 2002-01-10 16:38 UTC Modified: 2002-01-10 17:28 UTC
From: rabbitdog at inter-tek dot net Assigned:
Status: Closed Package: Unknown/Other Function
PHP Version: 4.1.1 OS: Windows XP
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2002-01-10 16:38 UTC] rabbitdog at inter-tek dot net
Uploaded files from forms do not appear in the defined temporary directory; however, PHP acts as if it was uploaded fine, even assigns a temporary name
to it:

Array ( [file] => Array ( [name] => headline.gif [type] => image/gif
[tmp_name] => C:\Apache\php\uploadtemp\php102D.tmp [size] => 17936 ) )

The problem is, no such file exists in C:\Apache\php\uploadtemp\.

My temporary directory is specified like this in the PHP.ini:

upload_tmp_dir = C:\Apache\php\uploadtemp\

I have also tried upload_tmp_dir = C:\Apache\php\uploadtemp

and not setting a temporary directory at all to force php to use the system default. 

There is nothing spectacular about my setup, its simply Apache with PHP running as a module.


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 [2003-07-16 02:55 UTC] jdroberts at carolina dot rr dot com
agreed. server info: winXPpro,PHP.v4.3.2,apache.v2.0.47 --

i've configured php with apache as a CGI and module, both to no avail.  Also reverted back to apache.v1.2.37 with the same results.  I modified the tmp directory to anywhere you can think of and gave EVERYONE rights to full control of the tmp directory.  PHP reports all info about the file, and even the file location correctly; however, the file is never written to that location.
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