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Old 24th August 2010, 08:25
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Originally Posted by tester321 View Post
Would it be as simple as:
1) Installing piwik to /home/admispconfig/web
2) Increasing PHP memory limit for ISPConfig2 to 128M via /root/ispconfig/php/php.ini
It might work. But I dont know in detail which php modules piwik requires and if these are compiled into the ispconfig php.

Any downside to trying to do this?
- The changes in the php.ini will get overwritten on ispconfig updates.
- If there is a security vulnerability in piwik, then it might be possible for a hacker to get control over the ispconfig controlpanel.
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