Allowed memory exhausted, edited the memory limit and made the ini rec

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saadsaleem
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2014-03-19 8:47 am EST

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Hello.

I am having the problem of Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 54336560 bytes) in /usr/local/cpanel/base/3rdparty/phpMyAdmin/libraries/import.lib.php on line 290

When importing a database of 5mb zip file.. I had looked into the support pages and changed the php.ini memory limit which was already 512M, so i made it 1024M. Which didnt solve the problem. Also already my php.ini is recursive on .htaccess - I have checked all that.

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JeffMa
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2014-03-19 8:53 am EST
Changing your php.ini file within your home directory will not affect the PHPMyAdmin icon in your cPanel. To adjust this, you will need to contact technical support in which they will be happy to make those changes for you.

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I did that actually, and Dwane didnt fix it for me. He told me to visit the support pages and do the php,ini.
saadsaleem
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2014-03-19 9:00 am EST
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