VPS : CentOS 6.8 x64
Admin: VestaCP

I am trying to rsync my sites from another server. Rsync goes fine.

When I try to reach the site (the new one, rsynced to this server), I got an error in my cakephp logs:

2016-07-21 22:09:28 Warning: Warning (2): curl_setopt(): CURLOPT_FOLLOWLOCATION cannot be activated when an open_basedir is set in 

I tried to disable openbasedir in /etc/php.ini by : openbasedir = none
I don’t find any safe_mode in this php.ini

In /usr/local/vesta/php/lib/php.ini , safemode = Off and openbasedir = none

I still get the errors after a service httpd restart

What can I do ?

Thanks.

4 comments
  • Can you paste in the rsync command you used to transfer data? Also, besides cakephp, what else is running on this server?

  • rsync -a /home/tf/public_html admin@159.203.57.xxx:/home/admin/web/xxxxxx.com --delete-before
    
    

    The rsync command is runned from another vps, the digital ocean is receiving the files.
    Otherwise what else is running ? Nothing, I created a new droplet, installed vestacp in cli that’s it.

    Thanks.

  • What you’re seeing is a PHP warning message (not an error) so that message should not mean the curl request failed.

    Because you’re using Vesta, ccording to docs: https://vestacp.com/docs/#config-log-location-debian-ubuntu you may need to modify /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini on Ubuntu.

  • I am using centos and the php.ini files I can found are the one I said in the main post.

    Even if it’s warning, it will fill my logs and it make no sense. I have to fix the issue on the server to avoid this.

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Even if it was warning, I had to fix the issue. I hate warnings :)

So the issue was fixed:

The file to edit was:

/home/admin/conf/web/httpd.conf

And I had to comment:

php_admin_value open_basedir /home/admin/web/xxx.com/public_html:/home/admin/tmp

This question was answered by @BrookDO:

What you’re seeing is a PHP warning message (not an error) so that message should not mean the curl request failed.

Because you’re using Vesta, ccording to docs: https://vestacp.com/docs/#config-log-location-debian-ubuntu you may need to modify /etc/php5/apache2/php.ini on Ubuntu.

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