On Monday 13 July 2009 10:07:24 Stuart wrote:
> 2009/7/13 Ashley Sheridan <a...@ashleysheridan.co.uk>:
> > Just a quick question. When I make changes in the php.ini, to take
> > effect, I need to restart the Apache (or other web server) service. What
> > happens with PHP CLI? Is the php.ini parsed each time the script is
> > called, or is there something specific which needs resetting? The machine
> > that the PHP CLI is running on is a Windows machine with no web server.
> The php.ini file is read whenever a PHP process is started, so in the
> case of the CLI binary that's whenever it's run from the command line.
> Long-running scripts will need to be restarted for them to see any
> changes.
> -Stuart
> --
> http://stut.net/

Cool. The script I'm running is just scanning a directory structure for new 
files, so it's not a long-running one. I just needed to add some email 
functionality to it, and had to make some SMTP changes in the php.ini.


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