So I have now 2 WP websites installed, the last one I installed yesterday on different database/user/webdirecty/website than the first site.
(running 2003 (virtual) server SP2 with iis 6/php v5.3/helicontech ISABI urlrewrite)
The first site runs like a dream of a swiss watch with no issues what-so-ever with performance deleting files/plugins/upgrading WP/pretty permalinks and so on.
But my new site – which was my intension to use for buddypress generates errors when fastcgi.impersonate is turned on (1) in php.ini.
I cannot delete /install automatically plugins / nor could I upgrade to the newest version after the installtion was finished even though IIS user has FULL permissions to all files directories (the server is not deployed and connected to internet – so secuity is NOT an issue) while I’m setting up the two sites and cofiguring them as I want them.
Now if I however turn the fastcgi.impersonate off (0) in the php.ini file <u>everything is works very well.</u>
However if I turn it on again and reboot the server – well the wierd behavior returns.
Here is the error the new site returns:
Downloading install package from http://downloads.wordpress.org/plugin/w3-total-cache.0.9.2.4.zip…
Warning: touch(): Unable to create file /tmp/w3-total-cache.tmp because No such file or directory in X:\directory1\directory12\wp-admin\includes\file.php on line 177 Warning: unlink(/tmp/w3-total-cache.tmp): No such file or directory in X:\directory1\directory2\wp-admin\includes\file.php on line 489
Download failed. Destination directory for file streaming does not exist or is not writable.
Of course all files and directories exsists.. and WP has full rights..
Any idea on what may be causing this or how it can be solved?
[No bumping, thank you.]
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