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[Resolved] Incompatible with BackWPup

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  • Plugin Author AITpro

    @aitpro

    BPS works fine with BackWPup – BPS and BackWPup have been tested togther and there are no conflicts or issues. Please check the BPS Security Log for any relevant errors and post ONLY a relevant error.

    I found the bug. Thanks for your reply
    the problem is coming from permission folder, when you use php-fastcgi, the permissions aren’t the sames as php-mod. I finally delete folder and upload again with good permission.

    Plugin Author AITpro

    @aitpro

    Is the issue/problem resolved?

    I am curious about your Server Configuration…

    Do you have a Dynamic Shared Objects (DSO) / mod_php / Apache Module configured Server?

    Do you Nginx or Apache or both/mixed?

    Do you have VPS or Dedicated Hosting with full control of your Server?

    yes i solved the problem, i put 777 on folder, i believed 775 will be good
    i use plesk and nginx as proxy web, Dedicated Hosting
    The permission folders are different beetween php-mod and php-fastcgi

    On my developpement website, i use php-fastcgi and on production i use php-mod.

    Strange because the php doesn’t interprate the same thing on permissions folders and interaction beetween components, for example with yoast plugin i can’t generate xml sitemap if my htaccess doesn’t have executable permission with php-fastcgi and on php-mod it’s not necessary

    Plugin Author AITpro

    @aitpro

    Yep this has to do with Ownership (CHOWN) I believe. When you set a folder permission (CHMOD) to 777 it allows you to do things that you normally would not be able/allowed to do unless you had first changed the Ownership of a folder or file.

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