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php.ini

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by viruseater, Feb 13, 2005.

  1. viruseater

    viruseater Guest

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    I've done some searching, and I'm not finding the answer to my problem, although I do see suggestions for fixes that don't exist.

    I need to raise the memory allocation to 16mb for PHP. I've edited the stinkin php.ini file, and i've searched everthing i could think of. No matter what I do, it remains 8MB both local and global.

    This has got to be something I'm missing, but for the life of me I can't find it.

    Any help is appreciated. What I'm really looking for is what ini file sets those variables. It's definitely not the /etc/php.ini because that's been changed, and restarted.
     
  2. Cranky

    Cranky Guest

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    Create a file called phpinfo.php, with just the following in it:

    <?php phpinfo() ?>

    Access that via the web and check what the "Configuration File (php.ini) Path" value is - that is what controls PHP. Ensure you restart httpd aftertwards.
     
  3. viruseater

    viruseater Guest

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    That's precisely what boggles me.

    I'm familiar with the infopage, and it SAYS /etc/php.ini

    But, I've changed the value to 16 in that file, and restarted. Nothing changed, so I went as far as restarting the whole server. No dice.

    Since then I've gone in 4 or 5 times thinking I must have missed it or been looking somewhere else.

    I just don't understand how that's even possible
     
  4. alex042

    alex042 Guest

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    Which variable are you trying to change?
     
  5. viruseater

    viruseater Guest

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    memory_limit 16M
     
  6. niel

    niel Guest

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    For my servers it worked (/etc/php.ini), but in psa you have one more php.ini:

    /usr/local/psa/admin/conf/php.ini

    Is that the right one?
     
  7. Who-m3

    Who-m3 Guest

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    You did, of course, remember to restart apache after changing the values in php.ini, right?
     
  8. niel

    niel Guest

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    I guess he hadn't, did it work viruseater? ;)
     
  9. alex042

    alex042 Guest

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    As long as the right php.ini is being changed, it should work. We were able to change this on ours with no problem.
     
  10. Hultenius

    Hultenius Guest

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    You are sure that you edited /etc/php.ini?
    There might be more php.ini-files like /etc/php.ini.rpmnew.

    Be sure that 'cat /etc/php.ini | grep memory_limit' only returns one line and memory_limit = 16M.
     
  11. Outlaw

    Outlaw Guest

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    Please read with "open eyes" ....

    So he restarted the whole server .... ;):D

    Regards Outi
     
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