webshifter at webshifter.com
Mon Nov 21 10:22:07 CET 2005
Yes thank you. Turning off caching dispenses with the error. I tried
chmod -R 777 logs and the error still comes up. For now, turning off
caching will have to do while I investigate further.
On 21-Nov-05, at 2:11 AM, Thomas Bruederli wrote:
> Your log files seem to be not writable for the apache user.
> The problem causing this error is known:
> You can switch off caching in config/main.inc.php to avoid these
> Stephen wrote:
>> I get an fopen error (pasted below) when I log in with any account
>> has many messages (~2000) in the inbox. Another user with only ~800
>> messages does not produce the error.
>> Here's the error:
>> Warning: fopen(logs/errors) [function.fopen]: failed to open
>> stream: No
>> such file or directory in
>> /Library/Apache2/htdocs/roundcubemail/program/include/bugs.inc on
>> line 70
>> Everything seems to work fine despite the error. I can suppress it of
>> course by adding "@" in front of fopen() on line 70 of bugs.inc - but
>> prefer to fix it than hide it. Any ideas what's causing it?
>> Best Regards,
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