It *is* writing to the directory - it writes little empty stub files that look
like this:

#fOrTyTwO
$hz=100;
$XS_VERSION='DProf 20050603.00';
# All values are given in HZ
$over_utime=4; $over_stime=0; $over_rtime=3;
$over_tests=10000;
$rrun_utime=100; $rrun_stime=13; $rrun_rtime=3148;
$total_marks=2

PART2
& 2 APR::Pool DESTROY
+ 2
- 2
@ 100 13 3148


They just don't have any useful content. Actually that APR::Pool DESTROY is
new since I followed the advice from Phillip about the Apache:B init call

-miles



On Thu, 9 Nov 2006, Perrin Harkins wrote:

> On Thu, 2006-11-09 at 13:51 -0800, Miles Crawford wrote:
>> Any other ideas or things I could check that might help?

>
> Make sure that the user your server runs as (nobody?) can write to that
> directory.
>
> - Perrin
>
>