PHP.INI file Configuration with cPanel steps

PHP.INI file Configuration with cPanel steps

The PHP (config file)configuration file on webserver, File Name: php.ini,
is the final and most Esay and startup way to affect your PHP’s functionality.

Create a php.ini File

/var/www/vhostserver/$DOMAIN_NAME/etc/php.ini

Step By Step : How to make easy way to create a new php.ini file using cPanel:

(:=> First of all Login to cPanel in your web domain.
(:=> Select In the Files section in cPanel,now click on the File Manager menu icon.
(:=> in cPanel,Select Home(root) Directory and click Go there.
(:=> Now there Click the New File button link at the top of the page in cPanel.
(:=> In cPanel, the field called Add – New File Name, make file : enter php.ini and click Create New File and save.
(:=> File name : Click the file – named php.ini in cPanel.
(:=> Last setp Select the Edit button click and then at the top of the page display and click the Edit button(Edit) in the pop-up box(open pop-up box).

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PHP settings LIST : php.ini File Settings You Can two Change below :

1st : register_globals = On //Boolean
2nd : magic_quotes_gpc = Off //Boolean

PHP all Settings below that Cannot be Changed(required)

#=> safe mode = Off (cannot adjust) //required
#=> memory_limit = 256M (MAXIMUM) //required
#=> max_execution_time = 30 (MAXIMUM in seconds) //required
#=> max_input_time = 60 (MAXIMUM in seconds) //required
#=> post_max_size = 64M (MAXIMUM) //required
#=> upload_max_filesize = 64M (MAXIMUM) //required
#=> enable_dl = Off (cannot adjust) //required

[First] : short_open_tag = Off //Boolean on or off
[NEXT] : safe_mode = Off //Boolean on or off
[NEXT] : safe_mode_exec_dir = [DIR] //base path include directory
[NEXT] : safe_mode_allowed_env_vars =

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 //include
[NEXT] : safe_mode_protected_env_vars = [LD_LIBRARY_PATH] //base path include directory
[NEXT] : disable_functions = [newfunction0, newfunction1...]
[NEXT] : max_execution_time = 30 //time seconds
[NEXT] : error_reporting = E_ALL & ~E_NOTICE //error display notise
[NEXT] : error_prepend_string = [""] //string pass
[NEXT] : warn_plus_overloading = Off //Boolean on or off
[NEXT] : variables_order = EGPCS //display
[NEXT] : register_globals = Off //Boolean on or off
[NEXT] : gpc_order = GPC //order
[NEXT] : magic_quotes_gpc = On //Boolean on or off
[NEXT] : magic_quotes_runtime = Off //Boolean on or off
[NEXT] : magic_quotes_sybase = Off //Boolean on or off
[NEXT] : auto-prepend-file = [path/to/file]  //base path include directory
[NEXT] : auto-append-file = [path/to/file]  //base path include directory
[NEXT] : include_path = [DIR] //base path include directory
[NEXT] : doc_root = [DIR] //base path include directory
[NEXT] : file_uploads = [on/off] //Boolean on or off
[NEXT] : upload_tmp_dir = [DIR] //base path include directory
[NEXT] : session.save-handler = files //base path include directory
[NEXT] : mysql.default_host = (localhost)hostname
[NEXT] : mysql.default_user =(admin) username
[LAST] : mysql.default_password =(*****) password</p>


<h3>To Display WinCache php configuration and other all PHP settings below.</h3>

<p>Step 1 : First of all Open a text editor Like(SubLine,Notepad++,dreamviwer,etc..)
Step 2 :create a new file using PHP, type the following in add the text: <!--?php phpinfo(); ?--> //simple script using PHP
Step 3 : and then ctrl+s Save This file as c:\mycomputer\wwwroot\phpinfo.php.//server path
Step 4 :Now Last run this file with Open a browser(Mozila,chrome..) and enter the below following URL:</p>

[php]

http://localhost/yourfoldername/phpinfo.php

PHP Create a script to display your all PHP information properly

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File Name : phpinfo.php


<?php phpinfo(); ?>

   

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