warning: fileowner(): stat failed for temporary://update_zgp3da in update_manager_local_transfers

By | June 8, 2014

I dumped into this issue after moving a client Drupal 7 website from their Hosting Provider to my Superfast Web Servers powered by NGINX and Varnish Caching.

warning: fileowner(): stat failed for temporary://update_zgp3da in update_manager_local_transfers

Workaround:

1.  Login to admin backend
2.  Go to Configuration > Media > File System
3.  Check the values entered in:
◦Public file system path
◦Temporary directory

4.  Double-check those paths, directories, or folders are existing in your system folders (in most cases, the “tmp” folder is missing, therefore creating a folder in your Drupal site root level will fix the issue)
5.  Try installing or updating your Drupal again after folder paths are created

NB:

The Key Benefits of migrating your website to my Superfast Web Servers powered by NGINX are as follows:

Rock Solid, Scalability and Performance. My superfast Web Serves are crafted to serve a million users or more per server, tens of thousands of requests per second, with best in class multi-tenancy.

About NGINX

Run by the busiest websites on the Internet, NGINX enables businesses worldwide to match rapidly increasing demand for faster web experience without incurring unnecessary costs in capital investments or time. In almost 10 years of its history, NGINX became key software component of most famous web architectures. Today NGINX serves over 25 percent of the top 1,000 websites, and 70 million of websites overall. Successful online services, transforming and shaping the future of Internet, such as WordPress.com, Netflix, Pinterest, CloudFlare, Airbnb, GitHub, SoundCloud, Zynga, Eventbrite, Zappos, Media Temple, Heroku, RightScale, Engine Yard, use NGINX as part of their infrastructures.

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