Bug #14201

SafeMode detection issue

Added by Ingmar Schlecht almost 17 years ago. Updated about 14 years ago.

Status:
Closed
Priority:
Must have
Category:
Install Tool
Target version:
-
Start date:
2004-06-12
Due date:
% Done:

0%

Estimated time:
TYPO3 Version:
3.6.1
PHP Version:
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Complexity:
Is Regression:
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Description

According to a report on http://www.typo3.net/viewtopic.php?p=43617 Typo3 install tool sometimes claims SafeMode would be turned on although it isn't.

I suspect this is very similar to the SSL detection bug:
http://bugs.typo3.org/bug_view_page.php?bug_id=0000062
(issue imported from #M155)

#1

Updated by Michael Stucki almost 17 years ago

To all those who can reproduce this, can you please do this:

- Fetch this script: http://bugs.typo3.org/qa/path_reporter.php.txt
- Remove the ".txt" extension and put it into the same directory where
  your TYPO3 site is installed
- Call it from the browser
- Submit the results including phpinfo (cause this is what we actually need)

After that, please tell us the ID you will get after your submission.

Further, please create a simple script with this content below and put it again into the same directory where your TYPO3 site is installed:

if(ini_get("safe_mode")) echo "1";
else echo "0";
?>

If your safe_mode is enabled, you will get "1", otherwise "0".
If you think this value is wrong, please post it as well.

Thanks for your help!

edited on: 12.06.04 17:29

#2

Updated by Mathias Schreiber over 14 years ago

TYPO3 Version too old.
The reported version is no longer maintained.

If this bug still persists in 4.0.1, please re-open it again and set the field "Product Version" to the corresponding version.

#3

Updated by Karsten Dambekalns over 14 years ago

Georg Rehfeld sent me this note:
I have found the reason for false detection of
safe_mode = on
on my (hosted) TYPO3 install and believe, that this might be the reason for most others suffering from that problem. Thus I wanted to add a comment to the mentioned (closed) bug, but can't.

The reason in my case was: the friendly hoster tried to turn off safe_mode for me by adding this to my virtual hosts config:
php_admin_value safe_mode off
where he instead should have added:
php_admin_flag safe_mode off

So there seems to be no real issue with TYPO3 at all. His setting is interpreted by PHP as a string value and thus ini_get() returns that string, which is then interpreted as a true value in all the:
if (ini_get('safe_mode')) ...

The only issue remaining would be, that the install tool (and ONLY the install tool) could/should check for such misconfiguration and hint the TYPO3 admin more specifically.

Best regards
Georg Rehfeld

#4

Updated by Michael Stucki over 14 years ago

I can confirm this problem. This is what I just tested (vice versa to your case):

- safe_mode is turned off in php.ini
- httpd.conf sets "php_admin_value safe_mode on" (instead of "php_admin_flag")
- however, PHP honours the setting and turns safe_mode on!
- phpinfo writes that safe_mode is turned off (wrong)
- ini_get says that safe_mode is turned on (correct)

Tested with PHP 4.3.10.

So it seems to me like the ini_get() output is correct, and phpinfo() is not. In any way it's not a TYPO3 issue, and there's even nothing we can change about it. Just consider that there is a configuration problem when you encounter this problem...

I'm closing this but again.

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