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4.3.2.5. Adding a directory to open_basedir in ISPmanager

After transferring a site to a server, sometimes errors like “open_basedir restriction in effect. File(/tmp/***) is not within the allowed path(s)».

There can be two reasons for the error:

  • Incorrect indication of paths in site scripts (errors in configuring scripts, incompletely downloaded files and directories).
  • In the directive open_basedir the required directory is not specified.

To solve the problem you need to file /usr/local/ispmgr/etc/ispmgr.conf add line:

ExtraOpenBasedir :/tmp

Where instead of /tmp you should specify the directory you need.

After that you need to restart the ISPmanager panel by running the command:

killall -9 -r ispmgr

After that, all hosts (www-domains) newly created in ISPmanager will have open_basedir desired directory. To change the configuration of existing sites, you need in the section "www domains → Edit»Disable PHP support, save changes, then enable again.