I’ve been using WordPress for quite some time and am now venturing into the Network (MultiSite) region. My install worked fine and I’ve created 6 test blogs, but with the creation of each blog, there is not an accompanying uploads or blogs.dir/#/files directory being created.
I can manually create the /#/files directories myself and while this solves the problem, it is not ideal.
This is the error I get.
Unable to create directory /var/www/vhosts/testinfinity.com/httpdocs/agent-sites/wp-content/blogs.dir/6/files. Is its parent directory writable by the server?
I have checked, using FileZilla, and the blogs.dir directory is a folder and has it’s permission’s set to 777. I have also searched the support forum and the common answer of set permissions to 777 and make sure blogs.dir is a folder and not a file are no help to me.
I am on a Shared Host Godaddy Server, administered through Parallels Plesk.
Please help! Thanks!
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