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Is there a way for vhost X to write files to vhost Y? Here is my setup:

www.domain.com points to x.x.x.x IP address, using /httpdocs as directory www.domain1.com points to x.x.x.x IP address, using /httpdocs/www.domain1.com as directory www.domain2.com points to x.x.x.x IP address, using /httpdocs/www.domain2.com as directory

All websites are linked to the same database.

I would like that if a user uploads a file to domain1.com, the file is actually stored on domain2.com (/httpdocs/www.domain2.com/uploads). Is this possible?

Thanks for your help.

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Yes it is. Just set the upload dir (in your script) to "/httpdocs/www.domain2.com/uploads" (check the permissions if apache can write there), and upload the file there.

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I have set the path, but I cannot 'see' the path. Using scandir (PHP) on /var/www/vhosts/www.domain.com/www.domain1.com/ shows true from domain1, and false from domain2. I have also tried with just /httpdocs/www.domain1.com/ using full permissions (as a test) r/w/x. Still cannot see it. –  Aeisor May 25 '12 at 10:42
    
I've figured it out. I added /var/www/vhosts/domain.com/httpdocs/www.domain2.com/ to the open_basedir for domain1.com Thanks for your help anyway. –  Aeisor May 25 '12 at 10:56
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