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Author Topic: After moving the website to a new domain, uploads will not work any longer  (Read 2575 times)

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Hello support-team,
i mved my website and it's content to a new domain and a new place on the root server, i fixed the sql db problem already and the CHMOD settings are correct, but if i want upload pics, coppermine will upload, after the upload-process he returns to the upload page, where i can select my pics. So i can't add any new pics to the galery.

Please help, i'm sure it's because the new space, maybe something in php.ini or else.

Thx a lot

greetings Cluster
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Testentry:

http://galerie.filecluster.eu/
login: Testaccount
pw: testy
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<!--Coppermine Photo Gallery 1.4.16 (stable)-->

Upgrade. Now.

Have a nice weekend  ;)
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only overwrite existing files?
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Exactly as suggested in the docs, section "upgrading". Basically, you upload the files and then perform the datbase update. All the other steps are meant to make sure that you can savely go back if something goes wrong.
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