Ah! I see. This appears to be involving the setup/configuration of the Photo Post Pro, and it took a little digging to locate the source of the problem (where that .grif “dataglob” was being stored). Really, as this is a commercial product, the quickest way to get this sorted is to just contact the script author with your question, as he knows where he put all this stuff ;-).
That said, I did track it down for you. What you need to do is to change the contents of the various records in the pp-settings table in your database to remove the “.griff/” part (and there appear to be more than one such setting). With just a quick look I noticed several (I didn’t look through the whole thing):
Record id 6 (Full SERVER PATH to PhotoPost data directory)
Record id 81 (PATH to UPLOADS directory?)
Record is 208 (Orignial Image storage directory server path)
Start here, and change those, and you may have gotten it all. If not, please contact the vendor and ask where else to look to find these.
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