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Hi All,

I am presently using a Debian VPS to which, if I need, I can add another disk. In my website, users can upload images, that are then stored in the primary disk into a child directory of a directory called httpdocs. Instead of the primary disk, would it be possible to have them stored in a secondary disk ? I am asking this because I am not sure that a user connected to my website is allowed to run a PHP script intended to write a file in a directory that actually does not belong to the httpdocs directory.

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As long as the filesystem permissions are set up to allow whatever user PHP is running as to write files then yeah, sure, you can do that.

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