check your php.ini first, then maybe your http.conf file (for php.ini
settings that are
targetted at specific directories). otherwise, it could be a result of
overburden on
the server!? it could also be a permission issue... make sure to check that,
i've had
weird sh** happen when i ftp's or even SAMBA'd in a file.

"Charles Wiltgen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> Hello,
> I have a script that makes a file, and then includes it.  Sometimes I get
> this error:
>     Warning: open_basedir restriction in effect. File is in wrong
>     in /home/.pix/cwiltgen/ on
>     59
>     Warning: Failed opening '/home/cwiltgen/'
>     inclusion (include_path='.:/usr/local/lib/php') in
>     /home/.pix/cwiltgen/ on line
> But most of the time it works great.  (Line 59 is simply the include
> statement.)  I get the error about once every 20 times or so, and I can't
> figure out why PHP loses it's mind and thinks there's a open_basedir
> violation.
> -- Charles Wiltgen

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