PHP.INI setting -

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wplms requires a different timeout max execution time and there is no php.ini available anywhere.

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Stormy Scott
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Hello Arnel, 

Unfortunately I do not see that in my cpanel at all, is there something I need to do to change that?

Hi Dan420, 

Try searching the Advanced tab. It may not be listed in the Basic tab. Also, reach out to our live support. They can take a closer look and assist you further. 

Kindest regards,

Stormy 

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Dan420
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Hello Dan420,


Thanks for the question about your PHP.INI file.  The recent cPanel changes have made it so you setup a PHP version (and assign a local PHP.INI file) to domain or Edit the file with a specific editor.  You can add a PHP.INI file by simply going to the MultiPHP Manager and assigning a PHP version to your domain.  It will save a PHP.INI file to the related directory.  You can edit the PHP.INI file by using the MultiPHP Editor. Both of these are available in the cPanel.

If you have any further questions or comments, please let us know.


Kindest Regards,

Arnel C.

Hello Arnel, 

Unfortunately I do not see that in my cpanel at all, is there something I need to do to change that?

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Arnel C
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Hello Dan420,


Thanks for the question about your PHP.INI file.  The recent cPanel changes have made it so you setup a PHP version (and assign a local PHP.INI file) to domain or Edit the file with a specific editor.  You can add a PHP.INI file by simply going to the MultiPHP Manager and assigning a PHP version to your domain.  It will save a PHP.INI file to the related directory.  You can edit the PHP.INI file by using the MultiPHP Editor. Both of these are available in the cPanel.

If you have any further questions or comments, please let us know.


Kindest Regards,

Arnel C.