mail/postfixadmin: Error Regarding "SCOPE_BUBBLE_UP".

Janky Jay, III jankyj at
Thu Feb 15 03:13:13 UTC 2018

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May have spoken too soon...

On 2/14/2018 7:45 PM, Janky Jay, III wrote:
> Hello Mel,
> On 2/13/2018 7:42 AM, Mel Pilgrim wrote:
>> (Putting on my mail/postfixadmin maintainer hat)
>> On 2018-02-11 15:24, Janky Jay, III wrote:
>>> Hello All,
>>> Versions: FreeBSD - 11.1-RELEASE-p6 PostfixAdmin - 3.1 Smarty3
>>> - 3.1.30
>> Postfixadmin bundles its own copy of Smarty, and in PFA 3.1 it's 
>> Smarty 3.1.29. Installing www/smarty3 isn't necessary. Are you 
>> using it for something else?
> Ah. That's very interesting. The only reason I had Smarty3
> installed was for PFA (must have been before it shipped with it's
> own version, maybe?). I remember a while back I uninstalled it
> because it was an unused leaf port and immediately PFA stopped
> working with Smarty3 errors in the http logs. I've just removed
> Smarty3 again and PFA seems to work just fine. I have no idea
> what's going on anymore. :)
> Thanks a ton for the reply, though! I've got my PFA back!

	I've removed Smarty3 and the login page presents itself (and allows
me to login) without any issue. However, attempting to view anything
within PFA (such as virtual mailboxes or domains), I see the following
error(s) in the http log file:

PHP Warning:
failed to open stream: No such file or directory in
on line 23, referer: https://pfa.domain.tld/list.php?table=domain
PHP Fatal error:  require_once(): Failed opening required
(include_path='.:/usr/local/share/pear') in
on line 23, referer: https://pfa.domain.tld/list.php?table=domain

	So, it appears like it is still looking for smarty3 outside of it's
document root. Perhaps this is a config I can adjust somewhere? I'll
keep poking around.

Janky Jay, III


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