[this is a re-post; don't think the original went out (we've been having
This used to be working, but has broken recently, either though my moving
the install around or through upgrading to 1.13.0.
I try to do an upload and I get:
Could not rename file "/tmp/phpVxOSnK" to
I've ensured that 'images' and it's subdirs are all writeable by the server.
I've pinned this down to ./includes/filerepo/FSRepo.php line 338, but am
struggling to diagnose any further (my PHP is limited). The following edit
provides no clues:
$status->error( 'filerenameerror', $srcPath, '['.getcwd()."|$IP]".$dstPath );
As I get "[$IP|]public/f/fd/Framework-SLOC-OOCalc.png" in the target
filename. Shouldn't getcwd() work? Shouldn't $IP evaluate?
Existing images do come up OK AFAICS.
I also tried creating 'images/public', and symlinking images /to/ public,
but to no avail.
[neil@fnx ~]# rm -f .signature
[neil@fnx ~]# ls -l .signature
ls: .signature: No such file or directory
[neil@fnx ~]# exit
After the catastrophic attempt this morning; what is the best way of
changing a template and form for a semantic wiki?
I thought that simply removing the original template and renaming the
new one to the old name, and updating data would do the trick but
apparently not. I'm missing something.
Semantic MediaWiki is an extension to MediaWiki that essentially allows a
user to tag certain information as metadata for the page. But then you can
define how that metadata relates to other page metadata. It's kind of like
a category tag, but much more structured. It's almost like being able to
define ''HOW'' or ''WHAT KIND'' of link exists between a page and the
information on the page. Of course, the big pay-off is being able to sort
and sift by that information using a simple query. When used together with
the parser functions extensions, it's very, very powerful.
> What is Semantic Wiki? It somehow parses the language to create articles
> or links automatically or some such?
Hi Steve. I assume you are talking about Semantic MediaWiki. It is hard
for me to explain it by heart, so I asked my friend Google who came up
with a web page. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Semantic_MediaWiki appears
to be a great entry point for understandable information on Semantic
MediaWiki. It also contains web links for further reading.
It's a more extreme solution, but using Semantic MediaWiki and Semantic
Forms will give you exactly what you're looking for. Semantic Forms has a
GUI by which you create the basic templates, assign metadata properties, and
build user input forms for data. There's even a java popup to enable the
image upload, the ability to prescribe page names based on template
parameter inputs, and pre-loading for any additional text you want standard
on each image page....all with forms you design yourself.
We host our support site (www.longjumpsupport.com) from LunarPages. The site
is terribly slow today, either not loading pages (stalling) or timing out.
We upgraded to V1.13 (from 1.12) at the beginning of October, and it has
been working very well until this morning.
I contacted the LunarPages folks, and after asking me what the application
requirements were for MediaWiki (!), they said that the reason is that the *
index.php* file was working too hard/running too many scripts, and causing
The tech said he would make notes regarding the problem and send them to me,
however I don't know what this data indicates or how to resolve the problem.
Has anyone encountered this before, or have suggestions?
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Hello, Per your request the load on your user is as follows:
CPU usage 2.96 MEM usage 0.62 MySQL usage 1.0 Top Process%CPU 41.0[php-cgi]
Top Process%CPU 39.0 /usr/local/php5/bin/php-cgi /home/.../wiki/index.php
Top Process%CPU 36.0 /usr/local/php5/bin/php-cgi /home/.../wiki/index.php
Best Regards, ...
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