How to update php.ini.d file

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chriscadcw / 8 Points
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2012-06-18 3:42 pm EST
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I have a site that is running a webstore and some products have a large number of sub-items. When I tried to load one I got a fatal error because the available memory was exhausted. I updated the php.ini file on the domain to 512M then to 956M but got no change. After checking the phpinfo() for the site I saw that although the Master memory_size was changing, the Local value was not. I see that a second php.ini file is being loaded, and I'm wondering if the php.ini file located at /usr/local/lib/php.ini.d is preventing the changes from being used. I really need to increase the available memory size to at least 512M to compensate for the large number of sub-products in the store.


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arnelc
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2012-06-18 4:05 pm EST
Hello Chriscadcw,

I took a look at your site and it appears to be okay, but I was looking for where we could duplicate the error so that we could take a look at exactly was happening ourselves. Can you please provide the URL that your are using to cause the error? And also show any URL you using that would show the error.


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