Crew, We have been running ISPconfig3 for a few years with great satisfaction. A few weeks back we upgraded the Debian Jessie webserver. Currently running Debian GNU/Linux 8.3 (jessie), ISPConfig 126.96.36.199p8. and Server version: Apache/2.4.10 (Debian). The situation: We had a more or less failed Apache 2.2 > 2.4 upgrade. We had to make a lot of manual changes. The syntax change: 2.2 configuration: Code: Order deny,allow Deny from all to 2.4 configuration: Code: Require all denied ...caused us a lot of work. We managed and all sites are up and running. The Problem: When I create a new website using the Web GUI for a new Wordpress site, I encounter no issues until I want to change the post_max_size=128M and upload_max_filesize=128M using the GUI. I tried using MOD_PHP and adding an Apache snippet: Code: php_value post_max_size 128M php_value upload_max_filesize 128M I tried adding a PHP snippet for Fast-CGI, CGI, or SuPHP: Code: post_max_size 128M upload_max_filesize 128M The site does not reflect the changes. In /var/www/conf/web###/php.ini I read: PHP: ; End:post_max_size= 128Mupload_max_filesize=128M The directives are added AFTER ;End:, is this correct? In /etc/apache2/sites-available/sitename.vhost I cannot find any trace of my set php_value. I even DISABLED PHP for this particular website. But the site was still running just fine. So the PHP control from the web GUI is broken in my setup. Question: Can someone set me on the right track to debug this the right way? Currently I'm lost.