what can possibly be wrong here? CU Markus Markus Wolff - NorthClick schrieb: > Hey there, > > I'm trying to open an SQLite3 database from a PHP very simple PHP > script: > > $db = But certainly that could not have gone unnoticed for so long? > (Tested on PHP versions 5.1.4, 5.2.0 and 5.2.4). > > CU > Markus > > Markus Wolff - NorthClick I don't see where it was said that the ticket is invalid, for GRASS 6 the default location of sqlite.db remains $MAPSET. Source
Collaborator PVince81 commented Feb 18, 2014 I'm not even sure OC 5 works correctly with PHP < 5.3.3, can anyone confirm ? @karlitschek @bantu @DeepDiver1975 okcomputerik commented Feb 18, 2014 I Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Check some guides for sqlite. Henze | C.
Thanks for your suggestion anyway, sometimes one forgets to try the most obvious things first :-) CU Markus -- Markus Wolff -Development- NorthClick GmbH Gasstr. 10 - 22761 Hamburg Tel.: 040 On the terminal?"php /path/to/owncloud/occ upgrade" or "sudo -u www-data php /path/to/owncloud/occ upgrade".I didn't update own cloud from 7 to 8, this was a fresh install. Essentially, this is a sqlite bug with sqlite calling fsync() on the directory of the sqlite database even if the directory contains files not related to the sqlite database. no change at all. >>>> >>>> Does this ring a bell with anyone here? >>>> >>>> Thanks, >>>> Markus >>>> >>> > --------------020006060308070603040601-- Report this message #10: Re: Can"t open SQLite
Hamish Note: See TracTickets for help on using tickets. Reload to refresh your session. more stack exchange communities company blog Stack Exchange Inbox Reputation and Badges sign up log in tour help Tour Start here for a quick overview of the site Help Center Detailed Unable To Open Database File Sqlite Php Know what you are doing, that it works, and why it works.
but only when using mod_php?? what can possibly be wrong here? Done in trunk r57276, but only tested on GNU/Linux. anchor can anyone reproduce this? ?, Hamish comment:6 in reply to: βΒ 5 ; follow-up: βΒ 7 Changed 5 years ago by glynn Replying to hamish: I would not think that you could fopen()
Owncloud is unable to reconnect and sync anything afterwards. https://trac.osgeo.org/grass/ticket/1358 This is just from memory though, I highly recommend you try that out yourself. –nbolton Feb 26 '15 at 11:55 Summarized here in case of future link rot or Python Sqlite3 Operationalerror: Unable To Open Database File Springub Amtsgericht Hamburg, HRB 94459 -- PHP Database Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php Report this message #12: Re: Can"t open SQLite DB... Sqlite Unable To Open Database File Windows Apparently, this can happen on Windows due to other programs scanning files in the background, which prevents them from being replaced.
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After more searching I found the answer. Is this a bug or am I doing something incorrect? (Was just thinking, is the absolute file path specified differently in Ubuntu?) Here is the beginning of my settings.py file: # what can possibly be wrong here? have a peek here Or is it some kind of >>> a bug?
Learn from the classics in the field and the better advanced textbooks; don't be satisfied with the easily digested "how to" guides and online documentation - it's shallow.-- Bjarne StroustrupHe that Android Unable To Open Database File Essentially, this is a sqlite bug with sqlite calling fsync() on the directory of the sqlite database even if the directory contains files not related to the sqlite database. Note: if you have logging, you will need to do this for the django logfile as well or apache won't like it much.
Hi Chris, I've tried on a number of machines that have been setup either by me or an admin I know. By Android 6.0 - Moto G (osprey_uds) I m tryed to find any bug about this but i really dont found. how about same layer name but .sqlite or .db extension? (ie unknown to the shapefile format) I would not think that you could fopen() a dir in Windows, holding the rest Operationalerror Unable To Open Database File Django That is why you should check the version of sqlite. | -- Thodoris O/H Markus Wolff ÃÂÃÂ³ÃÂÃÂ±ÃÂÃÂµ: > Hey there, > > I've double-checked on three different machines now, and I'm
When I execute > the same script via Apache and mod_php, I'm getting this exception: > > PDOException: SQLSTATE[HY000]: General error: 1 SQL logic error or > missing database in /home/mwolff/webs/markus/cms/test.php Files in this folder are opened by OGR, after that sqlite tries to create a new database in that folder but does not have exclusive rights on that folder because other Do spacecraft in Star Wars produce jet blasts when taking off? Check This Out what can possibly be wrong here?
but only when using mod_php?? otherwise there is some wizardy of chown command that I don't know about... Thanks!