Invalid file 0

we moved a site to a new server, and now we are getting a response of :   Invalid file: 0!    when we  have a folder named  0   (zero). is there a setting that does or does not allow a folder to be named 0?
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mmarthAsked:
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omarfaridCommented:
Who owns the folder and what are the permissions?

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mmarthAuthor Commented:
the folder is 755. the folder that it is in is 777. it is in the site's folder tree so should be the owner.
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hernst42Commented:
Guess this has something to do with ypur programming. as 0 is treat like false in most used programming in pph it's a valid folder name but a bug in your script. This is neither a message from linux or php. Can you post the code where the error occurs?
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