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Old 27th August 2012, 13:10
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It does not matter if you use apache or nginx for this problem as it is a php setting. If you use nginx, then the php-fpm servers ahve to be restarted after the php.ini change to tell php to show errors on the screen instead of logging i to the file. If you do any changes in ispconfig instead of editing the php.ini like i suggested, then ensure that you waited until they got written to disk, you can see this in the monitor.
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