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    How to increase PHP values in WHM?



    I searched for this and found, so i want to spread the solution.


    When one get error like:

    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 355 bytes) in /home/*/public_html/*.php on line *
    It means script was not able to use memory which it requires. So in this case in WHM (webhosting manager from cpanel) the memory_limit value can be increased from WHM / Service configuration / PHP Configuration editor


    When one get error like:

    Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 30 seconds exceeded in /home/*/public_html/*.php on line *
    it means that script needed to run more than 30 seconds, but it was not allowed to run more seconds. The max_execution_time value can be increased in WHM / Service configuration / PHP Configuration editor

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    Unfortunately, this is something you will have to ask you provider to do.

    If your the owner of the server and can login to WHM it's under:

    Tweak Settings => PHP Settings => Maximum Upload Size

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    Some hosts allow you to have a php.ini file in your root directory to allow you to change file upload size and other settings.

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