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    GDufresne is offline Nearly a Glow Sage
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    Quote Originally Posted by David I View Post
    Hello Garry,

    We have just decided to increase those limits. . .
    Does this apply to existing accounts, or only newly created account?

    Those limits seem good, but I assume that I can control it on an account by account basis via a php.ini file . . . correct?

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    It applies to all accounts that are on the server, unless they have a php.ini on the account which overrides this setting.

    You can make a phpinfo file and view it in your browser to see the global and local values on each account or subfolder.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Matt View Post
    It applies to all accounts that are on the server, unless they have a php.ini on the account which overrides this setting.

    You can make a phpinfo file and view it in your browser to see the global and local values on each account or subfolder.
    When I check my accounts with no custom php.ini file, the settings come up as follows

    Memory Limit: 256M
    Max POST Size: 8M
    Max Upload Size: 2M
    Max Execution Time: 30s

    Apparently the new global settings are not applying to all accounts on the server. The ones I have installed a custom php.ini file on are showing the settings I've created.

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    Well, looks like the global settings on your server were not updated. This should be fixed now.

    Code:
    [~]#  grep -E "post_max_size|upload_max_filesize|memory_limit" /usr/local/lib/php.ini
    memory_limit = 128M      ; Maximum amount of memory a script may consume (32MB)
    post_max_size = 64M
    upload_max_filesize = 64M
    In case you still have some accounts without custom php.ini reporting different results, please, open a ticket for Tech Support and describe the way you check it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alexander View Post
    Well, looks like the global settings on your server were not updated. This should be fixed now. .
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    Server alpha. Still showing old settings.

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    I might be some cache (in browser or on the server or some files weren't updated), because I see no problems:
    post_max_size 64M
    upload_max_filesize64M

    Please check again.

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    OK . . . one last question (I think) - Does this global change affect all versions of PHP or only the default?

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    Thank you for the interesting questions

    If you change the PHP version then what will be used is the default php.ini file (I mean default from sources) where all limits are from developers (with the minimum requirements), but you can easily change them:

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    That's handy to know . . . .thanks for everything.

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