On 1/24/2013 6:09 PM, Matt Pelmear wrote:
I took my 6 line override php.ini file and replicated (with a script)
into all of my possible folders under my web root. NOt exactly an
elegant solution, but with the script, easy to maintain.
On 01/24/2013 01:34 PM, Jim Giner wrote:
If you are using another web server or running PHP as FastCGI you may
need to consider other options (changing the setting globally or doing a
require_once() of your config changes?, or see the FastCGI example here:
It sounds like I'll have to modify multiple htaccess files - which is
about the same as this php.ini problem - having multiples perhaps.
I've been working fine with a php.ini that merges onto the "full" ini
file. Suddenly this new appl is not seeing the overrides.
Any info you can point me to about how php.ini files work? The manual
doesn't get very specific about it.
You would only have to modify multiple .htaccess files if you have
multiple document roots that need this change applied to them.
Otherwise just create/edit the .htaccess file in the document root for
the site you want the change applied to.
.htacess isn't always read by Apache. Some configurations tell it to
read or not read that file, so you may need to check that as well.
phpinfo() will tell you which php.ini file is being used-- if you edit
the one it says is being used you should see a change unless something
else is overriding the setting (like an .htaccess file or your code).
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