I developed an application with Symfony 2.8 and Doctrine ORM. To test the application on another environment, I tried to install it on a Synology DiskStation. But I think Doctrine doesn't detect
Array (  => mysql  => pgsql  => sqlite  => dblib )
It s resolved with : add ip of the local machine who access to the serveur : - config.php and app_dev.php in /YourProject/appWeb/
open DSM, In the control-panel under Web-Services in the php-settings enable Customize PHP open_basedir, append the paths you wish: add :
Where i put composer : - /usr/local/bin
Composer instal give the red path : - /volume1/@appstore/PHP5.6/usr/local/bin/php56
SynHome> curl -sS https://getcomposer.org/installer | php SynHome> mkdir /usr/local/bin/composer/ SynHome> chmod 440 composer.phar SynHome> mv composer.phar SynHome> rm -r vendor SynHome> rm -r bin SynHome> php56 /usr/local/bin/composer/composer.phar install SynHome> php56 app/console doctrine:database:create SynHome> php56 app/console doctrine:schema:update
No PDO exception, now the base is full.