Updating php ini


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The Drupal settings cannot be larger than those permitted by PHP, but may be smaller if you haven't updated them, so remember to check there also, after updating the

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I am pretty new to PHP programming so I apologize if I am missing the obvious.

Since 'post_max_size' is the limit for all the content of your post, many people choose 'post_max_size' to be a multiple of 'upload_max_filesize' to allow multiple files to be uploaded, but this is not essential.



Jan 12, 2017. I'm trying to update the max filesize that is uploadable through PHP, to be able to upload a large database through phpmyadmin. I've updated the "max_post_size", the "upload_file_size", and the "memory_limit" variables in the file, restarted the server, but phpinfo still shows me the default limit.… continue reading »


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Jun 7, 2017. Depending on your host, changing these two PHP variables can be done in a number of places with the most likely being or.htaccess. cannot be larger than those permitted by PHP, but may be smaller if you haven't updated them, so remember to check there also, after updating the… continue reading »


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I dont think Windows hosting allows for custom PHP5 I check their help site and that article you linked to was for Linux servers. Also, comparing plans on this page shows that Linux allows custom PHP5but not Windows. I wonder if trying to use one.… continue reading »


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May 30, 2017. The file is not recursive. Updating your values in public_html/will not affect PHP files in subfolders of your public_html, such as public_html/staff. To correct this problem, you can make your file recursive so that it affects all sub folders. More help on this can be found in How can I.… continue reading »


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Feb 16, 2018. Overview. This document recommends changes to the settings of your server's file to help secure your server. On systems that run EasyApache 3, the /usr/local/lib/ directory contains your server's file. On systems that run EasyApache 4, multiple and files manage your system's.… continue reading »


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If the default settings for your hosting account do not meet the requirements of your website or application, you can follow these steps to change your PHP settings. Edit the file cPanel / Plesk / Web Hosting / Managed WordPress / VPS. Example file memory_limit=128M max_input_vars=2000.… continue reading »


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