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Old 5th April 2012, 09:21
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You have set some custom php.ini values in the php.ini field in ispconfig, so this website uses its own php.ini. The recommended solution for your problem is to add:


in the php.ini field in the website settings.

Altering the fcgi starter script will not last long as your changes will get removed and adding a user ini file can be used but why adding a third config option when everything is available from within the ispconfig interface without editing any files
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