The memory limit only blocks PHP from allocating more than that amount of
memory for a single process (i.e. client request). Given that you're barely
scratching the surface of your 2GB of memory, if you don't expect too many
17MB file uploads to happen at the same time from different users, you
should be okay.

If you get a lot of large file uploads in clusters, you may end up rejecting
requests from clients trying to upload small files. I suppose this isn't
much worse than rejecting all large file uploads, and will stop happening
once those large files are completed.


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