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    hello, i have a dedicated server with many websites on it. I would like to change the php memory size from 32mb to 64mb on 1 website, i believe its in the php.ini ?? how do i get there from whm or cpanel? i dont really want to log into shell or anything like that. thank you

  • #2
    This will depend on your hosting provider's set up. It's a question you should really ask them. We can only really provide support with the vBulletin software itself.

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    • #3
      The location of the php.ini used will be shown in the phpinfo(); output. You can create a file to output. Your favorite search engine can provide the code. You can also see this in vBulletin under Maintenance -> View PHP Info. The file will be listed at the top. If you're increasing it for vBulletin, I recommend 128 MB.

      To set it for one site, you'll want to have a php.ini in the web directory (search the web for this), your .htaccess file or Apache conf file (another search), or in the PHP files themselves.
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      • #4
        You may be able to change the the php memory size using cpanel the way i have done this is.
        enter cpanel goto php version selector.then go to php options
        from there you will be able to change the php memory
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        • #5
          got it

          went to cpanel for that site and click on MultiPHP INI Editor under software

          thnks guys


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