Hello, I've pasted the following values into the "Custom php.ini settings" field in ISPConfig 3: Code: display_startup_errors=On display_errors=On safe_mode=Off register_globals=Off magic_quotes_gpc=Off memory_limit=512M post_max_size=2048M file_uploads=On upload_max_filesize=2047M log_errors=On session.cookie_lifetime=0 session.gc_maxlifetime=2592000 max_execution_time=0 max_input_time=0 This is a local development environment, and I need these unusually large values for testing. After making this change, and waiting for ISPConfig to commit the change to disk (in /etc/php5/fpm/pool.d/web1.conf in this case), I notice that several of the directives have been stripped out of the resultant values in web1.conf: Code: php_admin_flag[display_startup_errors] = On php_admin_flag[display_errors] = On php_admin_flag[safe_mode] = Off php_admin_flag[register_globals] = Off php_admin_flag[magic_quotes_gpc] = Off php_admin_value[memory_limit] = 512M php_admin_value[post_max_size] = 2048M php_admin_flag[file_uploads] = On php_admin_value[upload_max_filesize] = 2047M php_admin_flag[log_errors] = On php_admin_value[session.gc_maxlifetime] = 2592000 The following three are missing: Code: session.cookie_lifetime=0 max_execution_time=0 max_input_time=0 Is ISPConfig intentionally stripping these directives? If so, I assume that there is good reason for it, and if that rationale is documented somewhere, I would appreciate a link. If PHP-FPM doesn't allow certain directives to be overridden in this way, is there documentation that lists which directives are subject to this limitation? Thanks for any help!