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Frontpage publishing problems
publishing problems after server change
gord298




msg:3416039
 6:01 pm on Aug 7, 2007 (gmt 0)

Hi

My web host went down recently and I had to change to a new host/new servers

Prior to this change my sites published perfectly using FP2003 Publisher

Now the site starts to publish but stops after uploading only a few files and I get an error message similar to this:

Server error: Cannot close file *.380_a.jpg.tmp*.

I (and my host) have checked and reinstalled FP Extensions - all ok.

I have not made any changes (other than the web host) was, and still am, XP, IE6 and Linux

Anybody have any suggestion where problem might lie.

 

jimbeetle




msg:3416051
 6:15 pm on Aug 7, 2007 (gmt 0)

I (and my host) have checked and reinstalled FP Extensions - all ok.

Like most MS apps, as the install routine does not write over any existing files, a damaged file won't be replaced. So try first uninstalling, the reinstalling the extensions.

Corey Bryant




msg:3416744
 12:58 pm on Aug 8, 2007 (gmt 0)

Does your new hosting company have a control panel which will allow you to check FPSE? If so, check FPSE.

Also check to see if your new hosting company has a number of files limit. While some might have you 500M, they might limit you to 5,000 files. This might be the case.

Also in FP, go to Tools - Recalculate Web. Only remove FPSE and add them again as a last resort especially if you relying on FPSE to handle a few other things

-Corey

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