How can client change php.ini on cPanel control panel?

john-mth

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Hello,

Nowdays panel provides php.ini feature on control panel so client able to do any changes in php.ini as per requirement.

But we want that client should use servers main php.ini forcefully instead custom php.ini so how do to to such changes on cpanel server?

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cloudministerdev

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Hello

There are two ways two edt PHP.ini for your website, first - if you have customise PHP.ini file in your code, you have to edit from their.
Second one is, cPanel has a option to edit the PHP.ini file (PHP.ini editor). You can select your domain or subdomain for which you want to edit PHP.ini that will be a best and user friendly method to edit as per needs.

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john-mth

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Hello,

Yes, I know that but we have to use global php.ini that means if any client made any changes in his php.ini file, the changes should not be reflect.

Each client must have to use global php.ini (servers php.ini) instead of custom php.ini, how to forcefully use global php.ini for each clients?

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If your hosting provider is given you cloud-Linux shared hosting then you have the option that you can make the server end change for php.ini from PHP Selector. With the help of PHP Selector implemented on our Shared Hosting servers, you can easily modify basic PHP settings via your cPanel.
 

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  1. Login to the cPanel.
  2. Find the File Manager in File section of the Cpanel.
  3. Navigate to the directory where you will either save or edit the PHP.
  4. Edit the section of the PHP.
  5. Click on SAVE CHANGES in the top right hand corner in order to save your modifications or additions to the file.
 

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Hi,
If you are on shared server then you can change your php.ini at your end.
You can also edit settings through MultiPHP INI editor option in cpanel.
  • Login to cpanel
  • Click on "MultiPHP INI editor"
  • Here you can modify settings according to your need.
You can also edit your php.ini file from file manager in cpanel.
If you want to customize your global php.ini file then you have to purchase your own dedicated/VPS server.
 
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