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Bug #30372 dba_open() fails when using the db3 handler
Submitted: 2004-10-09 12:43 UTC Modified: 2004-12-12 15:55 UTC
From: spame at pobox dot sk Assigned:
Status: Not a bug Package: DBM/DBA related
PHP Version: 4.3.9 OS: win xp sp1
Private report: No CVE-ID: None
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 [2004-10-09 12:43 UTC] spame at pobox dot sk
my os: win xp sp1
my php: 4.3.9
my web server: apache/1.3.29 (win32) php/4.3.9

i have the same problem as was described in bug #17559 or #28122 (but with other os ond/or higher php version). i followed all steps to solve my problem with dba_open() function with db3 handler, but nothing helps me... 

of course, i have php_dba.dll included as an extension (specified in php.ini), and phpinfo()'s dba section shows that dba is enabled and the db3 handler is available handler

of course, the path to dba file is correct.

of course, all user hava are able to access dba file.

if i change db3 handler for inifile or flatfile handler, everithing working.

thanks in advance

Reproduce code:
$fp = dba_open(PATH_TO_FILE.'/qui2id', 'c', 'db3')

Expected result:
create 'qui2id' file and return a valid dba identifier resource

Actual result:
Notice: dba_open(): read: 0x173f47c, 256: Permission denied in e:\www\index.php on line 92

Notice: dba_open(): e:/www/cache/qui2id: Permission denied in e:\www\index.php on line 92

Warning: dba_open(e:/www/cache/qui2id,c): Driver initialization failed for handler: db3: Permission denied in e:\www\index.php on line 92


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 [2004-12-12 15:55 UTC]
File permission problem -> not PHP bug but user error.
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