I have frequently read that you should upload all files to and create folders in the public html. But recently an IT manager told me this sacrifices security completely. So in respect of setting up a new site,
Folder name (at server)
public html Q1 You place the index.htm file here, correct?
public ftp Q2 What do you place in this?
w3 Q3 do you place other folders at w3.sitename here?
user created Q4 are folders for the subdomain folders created here (and not in the public html folder) - for security reasons?
Q5 For add-on domains e.g. w3.sitename/add-on/abc.htm where is
it best to place the folder for the contents e.g. abc.htm?
We are using EC2, this EC2 is already linked with S3 for uploading the back of database.
We are using PHP script for this and its working fine. Now our developers want to upload media files directly from Client PC to the S3. This should be without disturbing current EC2 . We have implemented the uploading functionality through Flash. It will be great if you could tell us a way.
I have a apache server, and i'd love to find a way to be able to upload files to my server, allowing me to view the files on my server or in a folder, allowing me to download these files, edit them and re-upload them, replacing them such as files like word documents. I want it to be web-based as i'll be using it for school work, so i can upload them.
We're managing a CMS script which we offer as a hosted solution / leased script. This means we have several accounts on our server, one pr. client/script user. They all run the same script software and occasionally we have to upgrade the script on these sites. Until now this is being done manually.
Connect with FTP -> upload new files -> Done.
This is very easy work but takes annoyingly much time due to FTP needing to set up connections, switching accounts, etc.. and if you have 100s or 1000s of accounts this becomes...yes...you know..
The question is now, how can this be done easier? I was hoping that it would be possible to do this automated somehow (we have root access to our server).
When i try to upload a image files to the linux based shared hosting server application with java and .Jsp files
(using apache common file upload) the following exception is getting...! java.security.AccessControlException: access denied (java.io.FilePermission /var/chroot/home/content/h/e/r/heritageameric/html/heritageshopping/abc.txt write)
Hosting people suggesting me that i need .htaccess file to solve and get write permission..!
But iam completely new to this .htaccess file concept..!
I have a 6GB backup file created with another Plesk Backup Manager, now I trying to upload this backup file to my Plesk Backup Manager but after upload 3% I am getting "413 Request Entity Too Large" error, I tried with disable NGINX but still getting this error.
how can I resolve this error or is their any other way to upload my file on backup manager?
I see that Backup Manager have a file size restriction of 2GB how can I increase this?
I couldn't keep my mouth shut (technically fingers). A customer wanted to upgrade servers and he needed a way to move the data across. Since I don't allow hard drives to be swapped, they have to do it manually all by themselves. I generally allow up-to 4 days for them to transfer data and make DNS changes, etc. But this time, I offered help! I agreed to move the data (darn me) and it just came out of me, involuntarily.
God knows what just happened... but in a positive way, customer is extremely happy!
Both servers are on cPanel - with root access (duh)
200 odd files which total to 25 GB
1 database about 100 MB in size (no biggie)
I was planning on using one of my Windows 2003 servers (via remote desktop) to download the 25 GB and upload the 25 GB, but that sounds like a waste of resources and time.
i had upload problems with Aspirationhosting since signing up yesterday.
Tried the following -
1. filezilla ftp/sftp upload a 8m zip package only to get time out from time to time
2. tried other ftp client resulting same issue
3. upload the other hosting company in the same way turns out very fast
4. isp speed test turns out 180 -230k/s
5. cpanel>web upload to AH server only gets "dead" pages or hours time consuming for a 8m pack
6. contacted the support and ticket is still open, almost all possible issues considered but failed to crack
here is the error from time to time while filezillar ftp upload unpacked site files - Error:Directory /home2/XXXXXX/public_html/XXXXX/directory1/2/3: no such file or directory And if sftp used for uploading package site (only 8m) the error is - time out...
Im having problems uploading a 250mb sql DB thru Phpmyadmin in localhost. Can someone please help me out with this one? Is there a better way to do this. It keeps telling that the file is too large to upload thru phpmyadmin.. I have edit the php.ini file but no luck it still says the same thing.
What I basicly just want to do is to look at my old database tables that I had from my old site. I need all my members information so that I can start migrating info. Is there a software that just allows me to look at my sql DB ? I have a local copy in my hard drive.
Whenever I tried to upload large files to my server it restarts the upload again and again and never actually uploads. It just keeps overwriting the previous file. I don't get any errors? It just automatically reuploads and overwrites the files everytime.
how i can make an FTP account for my clients to upload files to but when they upload a file they dont see it after. I want to just make 1 ftp user / pass to give to my clients but after uploading they dont see the file or any other files in the folder.
Maybe a way for the file to auto move to another folder after uploading?
I am having problems on my server... I can't upload files via php script because of a time out... when i upload files that take 2-3 min upload i get timeout... everything under that is normaly uploaded ...
execution time is set to 3000 .. same problem again..
file size limit set over 200MB ... (trying to upload 20-30MB) ... timeout...
i have a vps with vps4less. i have a counter strike server on it.when i am alone i have 65ping. when my friends connected i have 120.They say that i have 10mbps unnmetered.Is there any way to check my upload speed?
I'm using Transmit on OS X as an FTP client. I've been trying to upload a folder of images to my site for weeks now and every time I try to do so, that server seems to hang up on me or cut the transmission off and the images never get 100% uploaded. There is still plenty of space available. The images are all under 200KB. I'm using passive mode. I have this problem on this server and a few others. With some other servers, I don't have this problem at all, the images are uploaded just fine.