Good afternoon everybody, i've been using ISPConfig for a while and i've even bought the user manual but only today i've discovered something i don't understand well. If i make some customization in the global php.ini of my server (/etc/php5/apache2/php.ini) and i also make some customizations in the website's one (/var/www/conf/web1/php.ini), which one is going to "win"? I mean, if in the global php.ini i've got "upload_max_filesize = 50M" but in the website's php.ini i haven't changed "upload_max_filesize", so i should have the default value (2M), what is actually going to be the upload_max_filesize for that site? 50M or 2M? I've made a couple of tests and it looks like the website's one wins against the global one: i was having problem installi a Joomla component because it was larger than 2M and solved inserting "upload_max_filesize = 50M" in the website's php.ini too. I already had it in the global one but it didn't work. Is it like this that ISPConfig works? Is there a way to configure things so that every website inherits the customizations from global php.ini, but also has all the customizations you write in the website's php.ini section of ISPConfig? If i leave the website's php.ini section blank, does the site inherits the global php.ini customizations? Thanks! Best regards.