Setting memory_limit in php.ini for native PHP 5.4
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  1. Albert Bishop
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Hi,

I am trying to change the memory_limit in php.ini for the native PHP 5.4
I am running CageFS and PHP Selector.

I have edited the file /opt/alt/php54/etc/php.ini and changed the value for memory_limit, and then ran cagefsctl --rebuild-alt-php-ini and then also restarted apache.

However the value for memory_limit was not changed when viewing phpinfo page

I want to change this value for all users running native PHP 5.4, am I doing this the correct way?

I have also tried the PHP Configuration Editor from inside WHM but that also does not change the value.

What am I missing?

Thanks,

Albert
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  1. 19.12.2014 01:12:13
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David Turner Accepted Answer
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Native would be your build from cPanel easyapache which is typically /usr/lib/php.ini . From shell uou could run a \"whereis php.ini\" to locate instances as well.
  1. 19.12.2014 01:12:42
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thanks,

I found that I needed to run cagefsctl --force-update to make the changes to php.ini take affect.
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