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Old 11th February 2013, 18:47
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Default ispconfig 3.0.4.6 and php.ini

Hi,

after the upgrade of ispconfig to 3.0.4.6 we saw that the php.ini (with suphp) it pretty different than before.

We mean, till 3.0.4.5 the user can add a php.ini in his web directory and overrire the system preference. But now looks that the panel set something like /var/www/conf/<userid>/php.ini. And this is the only php.ini used by the virtualhost.

If this is all true, there is a way by the customer side, to modify by itself the php value?

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Old 12th February 2013, 09:04
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We mean, till 3.0.4.5 the user can add a php.ini in his web directory and overrire the system preference.
This was not intended and not supported, the issue that php.ini files in that location got interpreted by suphp has been closed in 3.0.4.6. If you want to get the old behavious back you can e.g use a custom vhost template to disable the custom php.ini function from ispconfig.

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But now looks that the panel set something like /var/www/conf/<userid>/php.ini. And this is the only php.ini used by the virtualhost.
This is the custom php.ini file directory. You can set values for these files on the options tab of the website.
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ouch...
Ok i will reproduce the php.ini that we have on our websites into the panel.
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