background – site was hacked – 5 WP sites (38000 files), downloaded the entire www directory from host and cleaned up the hack (the code was the same everywhere) – changed ALL passwords (cpanel, ftp, mysql, wp) and many ID’s, then I uploaded all the wordpress files.
Sites seemed to be fine. Now an odd thing has happened.
This morning we saw
Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: open(/tmp/sess_7a502df57aaf9967a539ff5227445e43, O_RDWR) failed: Read-only file system (30) in /home/userid/public_html/mydomain.com/wp-content/plugins/enhanced-wordpress-contactform/wp-contactform.php on line 276
causing me to remove it, then I tried to reinstall it and ran into problems.
If I go to install a new plugin and select a zip file from my local maghine, I get
‘Missing a temporary folder.’
or one of the other sites I get
‘The uploaded file could not be moved to /home/userid/public_html/mydomani.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/01’
that folder has permission of 755. – I even tried making all the folders from wp-content down have 777 – no change. If I manually FTP the unzipped folder, I can activate it from within WP.
The host’s support has been, how shall I say it, less than helpful.
I deleted the site and manually uploaded all the wp files and no change
I created a php.ini and pointed ‘upload_tmp_dir’ to a folder with ‘777’ no change.
This seems to be a server user permission issue but I can get access to the logs to see what is happening.
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