File Transfer Failed, Reason: Cannot Remove File
NOTE: A very similar problem can be caused by a host configuration error on your file permissions and/or ownership. Thanks, Log in or register to post comments =-= VM commented March 27, 2013 at 3:38am install a local environment and patch on your own machine. A patch with debug info sounds like a good idea, in any case. I insist on this feature because Drupal 7 release has a focus on user experience, accesibility and usability of the system to make it easier to use.http://www.linuxforu.com/2011/12/dries-buytaert-interview-drupal-8-busin...http://www.centernetworks.com/interview-drupal-founder-dries-buytaerthttp://devworks.thinkdigit.com/Features/Interview-Dries-Buytaert--Creato... http://outwardsound.com/cannot-create/cannot-create-a-file-when-that-file-already-exists-c.html
So it looks like nothing more than some modules are zipped incorrectly, so I just installed manually through FTP and it worked fine and most other modules will install so it Note that the PHP bug is scheduled to be fixed as of PHP 5.3.23, so Drupal should be fixed accordingly or users will experience the same issue with latest PHP 5.3 Thanks. This is in particular a problem when users can manipulate their setup, but cannot change ownership of files, and especially critical when performing backup, migration, or other maintenance tasks.
File Transfer Failed, Reason: Cannot Remove File
Also check that they’re not preceeded by a “#”: listen=YES local_enable=YES write_enable=YES local_umask=022 Save and close the editor. Log in or register to post comments Comment #63 DanZ CreditAttribution: DanZ commented December 12, 2012 at 4:10pm Category: support » bug FileSize failed_update.png27.05 KB The original issue is clearly a Skip to main content Skip to search Main Menu Drupal.org home Download & Extend Community Documentation Support Jobs Marketplace About Return to Content Search form Search Log in Create account Drupal Log in or register to post comments I upgraded to 7.19 recently madratrace commented February 3, 2013 at 2:27pm I upgraded to 7.19 recently and suspect that may have been when
Log in or register to post comments Even with the permission Magicmann commented January 28, 2013 at 5:29pm Even with the permission value set to 777, it still fails to update. Log in or register to post comments Comment #66 Donovan CreditAttribution: Donovan commented January 21, 2013 at 6:43pm @VeryCool78 You rock! Some of my newer sites I've been uploading with Coda rather than using the cPanel File Manager or Filezilla. Log in or register to post comments =-= VM commented January 28, 2013 at 6:28pm does it work for any modules not stored in the profiles/folder?
I just deleted some of the sites/all/modules folders I was having issues with, downloaded from Drupal the older versions of the modules again, uploaded them to sites/all/modules (via Coda), then re-ran The update manager action is executed via your webserver (httpd, nginx,...) user. Drupal tried to cd to /sites/all/modules/... Log in or register to post comments Add child issue, clone issue News itemsDrupal news Planet Drupal Association news Social media directory Security announcements Jobs Our communityCommunity Getting involved Services, Training
After also running cron, everything worked fine … Thank you very much! Similar to what was described in #27 above. And why select a location that is generally created manually prior to installation to check its ownership against files actually created by the web server user. I'd recommend to use chown user:www-data or chown user:apache when you're using something like webmin/virtualmin in order to make your permissions equal sorted out.
Drupal 8 File Transfer Failed, Reason: Cannot Create Directory
Log in or register to post comments Comment #88.0 valdir.marcos CreditAttribution: valdir.marcos commented October 15, 2013 at 1:51am Issue summary: View changes Adjusted wording. It seems that for the fast update method to work, you need to have the ftp user with which you login to be the owner of the modules' files and directories File Transfer Failed, Reason: Cannot Remove File I can compare any settings if I can just get some guidance on where to look, OS, FTP, Apache, PHP, MySQL, etc. I increased the Disk Quota Space for the domain and - vola! - success. ~dc Log in or register to post comments Comment #82 hip CreditAttribution: hip commented July 21, 2013
nano /etc/vsftpd.conf to edit 3. ctools Error installing / updating File Transfer failed, reason: Cannot create directory /var/www/m/ma/makhwedzha.co.za/sites/all/modules/ctools. It seems like my grief must be coming from file permissions created somewhere in that upload. On Drupal Admin area, I have change temp directory so I could see uploaded file owner and permission...
I tried to install a module fresh but still got the same error. I then used the same ftp user to update and it worked. Log in or register to post comments Comment #2 svouthi CreditAttribution: svouthi commented August 30, 2013 at 3:59pm I hadn't considered it since I have used update manager successfully for updates navigate here Used backup and migrate to bring across the data.
The workaround is to manually download and install the modules instead of using the update manager. I just don't understand why it's done in such way. Sanders, Danny Crossley, it looks like you also use Linux with LAMP, don't you?
The owner is my user, "bojan".
Solution: Through Filezilla (or your favourite FTP-client) try and find the connection that works. Glad to be somewhat useful! :) Log in or register to post comments Comment #13 Pixelstyle CreditAttribution: Pixelstyle commented March 30, 2012 at 6:52am The web root autodetection was the problem Downgraded my php 5.4 to 5.3 and now I can upload the new module versions. See the log below for more information.
In a shared hosting environment where multiple domains install independant D7 instances this means that the first instance of these directories created is assigned the Ownername and GroupOwnerName permissions of the We definitely need to fix it, because that's incorrect. "In practice, marking these kinds of bugs as "version X" means they're forgotten about and never backported to X-1, which is what SOLUTION The default install for D7 assumes: /tmp directory at the web server root (not your site root) will be used for temporary files. Sanders CreditAttribution: Scott M.
The files uploaded have apache owner (not regular site user as owner). Can it be fixed in drupal 7.*? Eventhough Wordpress is using a similar mechanism (someone is bound to have borrowed it in/from Drupal), they do have a configuration option that overrides this. I'm testing the latest HEAD on a Ubuntu server, and I've tried installing Views by pasting the url into the update manager.
D7 was in alpha when I reported this. Log in or register to post comments Comment #36 syaman CreditAttribution: syaman commented July 10, 2012 at 11:06am @VeryCool78 Thank you your tip helped resolve my frustration Log in or register WHAT I LEARNED It appears that D7 in using the /tmp directory assumes that there is a single instance of D7 running on a server. As Scott said, the problem isn't critical as you can still upgrade modules by hand.
Switching back PHP 5.3 just for an upgrade does 'solve' it for me though. Your suggestion #77 solved my the problem smoothly! "Error installing / updating File Transfer failed, reason: Unable to change to directory" Log in or register to post comments Comment #85 Hellsyl Fix authorize.php to handed EnforcedResponseExceptions. danland Error installing / updating File Transfer failed, reason: Cannot create directory /var/www/drupal-7.9/sites/all/themes/danland Next steps The the themes directory has 777 permissions.
Not sure where the weak link is. However, in rare circumstances, it can also happen when all the permissions and ownership appear to be correct. Log in or register to post comments The patch is simple enough mjcarter commented April 5, 2013 at 1:49am The patch is simple enough you could add the new lines of The option INSTALL NEW MODULE disappeared from the Extend menu on http://www.xxx.yyy.zz/drupal8a12/admin/modules.
rosewoodmarketing commented February 4, 2013 at 9:03pm ...it does seem like it has something to do with permissions, I guess. Log in or register to post comments Comment #2 xmishka CreditAttribution: xmishka commented January 20, 2012 at 5:49pm Try 'chown -R apache sites/' or 'chown -R www-data sites/'. No more such issue. as far as I can tell all the module directories have the same permissions so its not my server's problem Log in or register to post comments Comment #10 GiorgosK CreditAttribution:
Now we restart vsftpd by the following command: sudo /etc/init.d/vsftpd restart Hope this can help someone. Permissions on the /sites/all/modules folder look fine. Log in or register to post comments Comment #12 wickedskaman CreditAttribution: wickedskaman commented April 27, 2011 at 9:29pm @tomcatuk: no sweat! filefield_sources Error installing / updating File Transfer failed, reason: Cannot remove directory /homepages/24/d451754577/htdocs/profiles/openenterprise/modules/filefield_sources/..