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    What is the best way to create a php.ini

    I want to change the sites ability to upload a file larger then 8M

    Should I just create a blank file php.ini, place teh following in it and upload to root?

    upload_max_filesize = 20M

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    Hi Salmon

    Yes, that is correct. Upload it to public_html or any subdirectory that you want those settings to apply to.

    If you want it to work for the entire site, you can do this:

    Add the following line to the .htaccess file:

    suPHP_ConfigPath /home/cpuser/path/to/php.ini

    Then the php.ini will be used by all of that account's scripts / subdirs by default.

    It prevents the need for many php.ini files.
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