ID: 11062
Updated by: andy
Status: Open
Bug Type: Directory function related
Operating System: NT 4.0 SP6a
PHP Version: 4.0.6
New Comment:

Make sure Windows or any other app has this directory or any
files in it locked (using them.)

Previous Comments:

[2001-07-03 11:38:02] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Yes, the purpose of the script is to display the contents of a directory and make them 
available via the IIS server.  Unfortunately, I need to make use of the NT security 
model, so switching to apache is not an option (or I would have, a long time ago).  Do 
you know if this IIS bug was fixed in IIS 5?  


[2001-06-28 19:02:46] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Is there any chance that while testing this you have also caused IIS to serve any of 
the files in the directories up? There is an unpleasant problem with IIS whereby it 
holds files open for some time after serving them. This normally manifests itself by 
stopping you editing and saving out a html file you have just looked at via the web 
server, however it would also stop you renaming any parent directory of the file.


[2001-06-28 07:58:57] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Yes it does.  :(   Does the folder need to have special permissions?  Right now I've 
got SYSTEM and CREATOR_OWNER with full controll, and a bunch of groups.


[2001-06-23 20:58:38] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Does this happen with PHP 4.0.6 ?


[2001-06-04 01:27:47] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

In order to regain control over the directories, it is necessary to restart the entire 
"IIS Admin Service".  Restarting the "World Wide Web Publishing Service" alone does 
not fix the problem.


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