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Could not write to Store-FileSystem (currentImageProxyRebuil


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Upgraded to the latest version and I am seeing this error in the log. There are over 460 of these.

 

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Could not write to Store-FileSystem (currentImageProxyRebuild)

Backtrace

#0 /home/customer/www/buffalorange.com/public_html/system/Data/AbstractData.php(108): IPS\_Log::log('Could not write...', 'datastore')
#1 /home/customer/www/buffalorange.com/public_html/system/Data/Store.php(245): IPS\Data\_AbstractData->__set('currentImagePro...', Array)
#2 /home/customer/www/buffalorange.com/public_html/applications/core/extensions/core/Queue/RebuildImageProxy.php(136): IPS\Data\_Store->__set('currentImagePro...', Array)
#3 /home/customer/www/buffalorange.com/public_html/system/Task/Task.php(47): IPS\core\extensions\core\Queue\_RebuildImageProxy->run(Array, 151500)
#4 /home/customer/www/buffalorange.com/public_html/applications/core/tasks/queue.php(43): IPS\_Task::runQueue()
#5 /home/customer/www/buffalorange.com/public_html/system/Task/Task.php(367): IPS\core\tasks\_queue->IPS\core\tasks\{closure}()
#6 /home/customer/www/buffalorange.com/public_html/applications/core/tasks/queue.php(55): IPS\_Task->runUntilTimeout(Object(Closure))
#7 /home/customer/www/buffalorange.com/public_html/system/Task/Task.php(266): IPS\core\tasks\_queue->execute()
#8 /home/customer/www/buffalorange.com/public_html/system/Task/Task.php(229): IPS\_Task->run()
#9 /home/customer/www/buffalorange.com/public_html/applications/core/interface/task/task.php(58): IPS\_Task->runAndLog()
#10 {main}

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16 minutes ago, Randy Calvert said:

You might want to check the CHMOD permissions on your datastore folder.  IPB needs to be able to write files there, so it should have write permission (typically 777).  

Its at 755 (highest allowed by host). Never was a problem before the upgrade.

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You need to then speak to your hosting company. Unless your PHP is using suPHP or suExec, it would generally need to be 777. Either way however, your hosting company would need to assist you with resolving the problem, as the issue is it cannot read to your datastore folder

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