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  1. #1

    Phpsysinfo problem

    Hi,

    I installed the phpsysinfo, but when I access...it is everything " N.A".
    The safe_mode = Off.

    Does know me the one to say what I have to do to appear the information?

    Thanks

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    Do you have restrictions on php functions in your php.ini ?

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    Yes, I have restrictions:

    passthru,exec,system,popen,shell_exec,proc_open,escapeshellarg,escapeshellcmd

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    I'm assuming phpsysinfo uses one of those to pull data.

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    I removed the restrictions, but it still continues showing " N.A " in the information.

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    If you're using cPanel and you have the Php open_basedir Tweak enabled phpsysinfo will display N.A for everything.

    You can make it so it can display stuff by going to configure the open_basedir tweak and excluding the account in question from the restriction.

    That is probably what's causing it.
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  7. #7
    Hi TonyB,

    Bingo. It was really this the problem. Resolved.

    Thanks TonyB.

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    That makes sense. Good call TonyB.

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