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Image Upload functionality not working on my droplet

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Hello Team,

** I am facing image upload issue in php on my droplet. I am trying to upload simple image on specific folder, but image dosen’t move. When i execute

var_dump(is_writable(‘/var/www/html/StagingServer/project-name/front-design/images/upload/’)); It retruns true that means upload folder is writable even after that still image not uploaded on that folder

When i execute $path = ‘/var/www/html/StagingServer/project-name/front-design/images/upload/’; var_dump(move_uploaded_file(‘temp_file_name’,$path));

It returns false. So can you please help on this

Thanks and regards Ruchit Patel

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Hello Team, Finally, I got the solution of my problem, i will post here which is very useful to others developers

###-----------Permission to root folder for image upload issue in ubantu14----------### Execute below command

  1. ps aux | grep apache
  2. groups www-data
  3. chown -R www-data:www-data /var/www/
  4. chmod -R 775 /var/www/
  5. usermod -a -G www-data {YOUR_USER_NAME} WARNING! dont forget -a switch! this way you append new group to existing list and not replace old groups list with new one. Now you have read/write access to files located in apache root dir. And we need to tell apache that new files should be readable/writable to group members
  6. echo umask 002 >> /etc/apache2/envvars
  7. service apache2 restart

Thanks and regards Ruchit Patel

Hello Team There is no message appeared, so what can I do now. Can you please give me helpful suggestions as soon as possible…

Thanks and regards Ruchit patel