At 3:12 PM -0700 8/3/99, Stan Anderton wrote:
>My web host 'accidentally' wiped out my database and is having
>difficulty getting me back on line. He created the database and
>assigned a username and password. So far so good. I can create tables
>and insert data one record at a time with no apparent problem. When I
>try to insert textfiles into the database (like I have done a hundred
>times before) I get the following error message:
>MySQL said: The file '/tmp/php19912aaa' must the in the database
>directory or be readable by all
>Does anyone have any ideas? It works fine on my system but chokes over
>the internet. Last week it worked fine. How do you choke someone (my
>provider) over the internet?
Perhaps your provider needs to turn on the file privilege for you.
Is /tmp/php19912aaa on the server host or the client host?
Paul DuBois, paul@stripped