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ftp_mkdir

(PHP 4, PHP 5)

ftp_mkdirCrea un directorio

Descripción

string ftp_mkdir ( resource $ftp_stream , string $directory )

Crea el especificado directory en el servidor FTP.

Parámetros

ftp_stream

El identificador de enlace de la conexión FTP.

directory

El nombre del directorio que se creará.

Valores devueltos

Devuelve el nombre del directorio recién creado en caso de éxito o FALSE en caso de error.

Ejemplos

Ejemplo #1 Ejemplo de ftp_mkdir()

<?php

$dir 
'www';

// establecer una conexión básica
$conn_id ftp_connect($ftp_server);

// iniciar sesión con nombre de usuario y contraseña
$login_result ftp_login($conn_id$ftp_user_name$ftp_user_pass);

// intentar crear el directorio $dir
if (ftp_mkdir($conn_id$dir)) {
 echo 
"creado con éxito $dir\n";
} else {
 echo 
"Ha habido un problema durante la creación de $dir\n";
}

// close the connection
ftp_close($conn_id);
?>

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PINAR Musa
1 year ago
Here's the correct code for making recursive directories:

<?php

// function
function ftp_mksubdirs($ftpcon,$ftpbasedir,$ftpath){
   @
ftp_chdir($ftpcon, $ftpbasedir); // /var/www/uploads
  
$parts = explode('/',$ftpath); // 2013/06/11/username
  
foreach($parts as $part){
      if(!@
ftp_chdir($ftpcon, $part)){
        
ftp_mkdir($ftpcon, $part);
        
ftp_chdir($ftpcon, $part);
        
//ftp_chmod($ftpcon, 0777, $part);
     
}
   }
}

// usage
$path_of_storage = '/var/www/uploads';
$newftpdir = '2013/06/11/username';

$conn_id = ftp_connect($ftpserver);
ftp_login($conn_id, $login, $pass);
ftp_mksubdirs($conn_id,$path_of_storage,$newftpdir);
ftp_close($conn_id);

?>
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butch AT 4RealMedia dot com
8 years ago
When trying to user the ftp_mkdir, or ftp_chdir I've noticed that some servers like the entire path such as

/usr/local/home/username/sitename/directory/

and other servers, want you to use the path from the initial login, such as just /sitename/directory/

Just wanted to pass this on
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vladimir at lukianov dot name
10 years ago
For recurrent following function work better.
Some ftp servers (like WarFTP) become demented if you'll
try mkdir not from root dir and if path will be relative.
The second if one of dir (like '/') already exist You'll get access denied.

<?php
function MkDir($path)
  {
  
$dir=split("/", $path);
  
$path="";
  
$ret = true;
  
   for (
$i=0;$i<count($dir);$i++)
   {
      
$path.="/".$dir[$i];
       echo
"$path\n";
       if(!@
ftp_chdir($this->conn_id,$path)){
         @
ftp_chdir($this->conn_id,"/");
         if(!@
ftp_mkdir($this->conn_id,$path)){
         
$ret=false;
          break;
         }
       }
   }
   return
$ret;
  }
?>
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Payam Naderi
6 days ago
Make Directories Recuresively:
<?php
// It's part of my Filesystem Abstraction For FTP Driver
// @see https://github.com/phPoirot/Filesystem

// the function contains some method that not included here
// but it's self revealing.
// hope help someone

function mkDir(iDirectoryInfo $dir, iPermissions $mode)
    {
       
$dirpath = $dir->filePath()->toString();
        if (
in_array($dirpath, ['.', '/']))
            return
$this;

       
$cwdTmp = $this->getCwd(); // store current working dir

        // Its may included '.' or '' for leading slashes /dir
       
$pathSections = (explode('/', $dirpath));

        do {
           
$mkdir = array_shift($pathSections);
        } while(
in_array($mkdir, ['.']));

        if (!
$this->isDir($mkdir)) {
           
// create directory if not exists
           
if (ftp_mkdir($this->getConnect(), $mkdir) === false)
                throw new \
Exception(sprintf(
                   
'Failed To Make Directory "%s".'
                   
, $mkdir
               
), null, new \Exception(error_get_last()['message']));

           
$this->chmod(new Directory($mkdir), $mode);
        }

       
$this->chDir(new Directory($mkdir));

       
$this->mkDir(
            new
Directory(implode('/', $pathSections))
            ,
$mode
       
);

       
$this->chDir($cwdTmp); // get back to working directory

       
return $this;
    }
?>
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