Changes between Version 18 and Version 19 of faq/server/change-php-ini-settings


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Timestamp:
Jun 20, 2014, 3:36:02 PM (5 years ago)
Author:
Daniel Kahn Gillmor
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updated to point out the location of the custom php.ini file (#9692 should have been able to be self-resolved)

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    66== When accessing via the web ==
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    8 You have full control over your PHP installation - you can change any php.ini setting that you would like. By default, your sites will use our global php.ini file (which is located in /etc/php5/cgi/php.ini).
     8You have full control over your PHP installation - you can change any php.ini setting that you would like. By default, your sites will use our global php.ini file (which is located in `/etc/php5/cgi/php.ini`).
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    10 If you would like to override any of those settings:
     10If you would like to override any of those settings, you'll need to edit your site's custom `php.ini` file.
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    12 Edit your custom php.ini file. For members on shared hosting, see below - you will need an admin to help you. 
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     13=== Finding your custom `php.ini` file ===
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     15For members on shared hosting, the custom `php.ini` file for site `example.org` from the `example` membership would be:
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     17{{{
     18/home/members/example/sites/example.org/include/php5/php.ini
     19}}}
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     21For members not using shared hosting, see below - you will need an admin to help you. 
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     23=== what you can change in `php.ini` ===
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    1425For example, if you want to increase the upload file limit size, you may want to add: