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Per domain php.ini files. Are they possible?
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[Not Solved] Per domain php.ini files. Are they possible?
Title says it all, can we have a custom php.ini file for separate sites or am I dreaming? Sorry if I missed it in the documents, but Google failed me.

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[Not Solved] RE: Per domain php.ini files. Are they possible?
No, not with the way the current stack is set up. But it is something to look into in a future release. Pretty much .htaccess to handle some of the settings. (Some are disabled for security)
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[Not Solved] RE: Per domain php.ini files. Are they possible?
It will require fastcgi/fcgi or fpm with starting script running php with php.ini from user dir.
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[Not Solved] RE: Per domain php.ini files. Are they possible?
(01-12-2017, 05:12 AM)Castey Wrote: It will require fastcgi/fcgi or fpm with starting script running php with php.ini from user dir.

Correct. But, unfortunately due to the current security layer in Sentora, there are security issues with fastcgi/fcgi or fpm.
Unless Me.B can shed some more light on the subject.
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[Not Solved] RE: Per domain php.ini files. Are they possible?
You can't as the current setup use Apache_php module and php/fpm require a different security layer.

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[Not Solved] RE: Per domain php.ini files. Are they possible?
Thank you guys. I was afraid of that. The reason to ask is some of the sentastico prospects require larger than normal allocations. I will see if any of them can be modified in the .htaccess file.

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[Not Solved] RE: Per domain php.ini files. Are they possible?
Yeah, as we talked about, the packages need to be limited to what can run on a Sentora server Sad
And I know the php versions are 'low' compared to most of their minimum requirements Confused
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