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Cannot edit php.ini in MultiPHP INI Editor

Discussion in 'EasyApache' started by Jeff P., May 24, 2017.

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  1. Jeff P.

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    When I change any one setting in Cannot edit php.ini in MultiPHP INI Editor I get this, manual edit of code works though:

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    API failure: (XID afvqwm) 12 errors occurred: 
    Error #1: The PHP directive “max_input_time” is not formatted correctly: “120 ”. 
    Error #2: The PHP directive “asp_tags” is not formatted correctly: “Off ”. 
    Error #3: The PHP directive “max_input_vars” is not formatted correctly: “1000 ”. 
    Error #4: The PHP directive “display_errors” is not formatted correctly: “On ”. 
    Error #5: The PHP directive “upload_max_filesize” is not formatted correctly: “100M ”. 
    Error #6: The PHP directive “session.gc_maxlifetime” is not formatted correctly: “1440 ”. 
    Error #7: The PHP directive “file_uploads” is not formatted correctly: “On ”. 
    Error #8: The PHP directive “memory_limit” is not formatted correctly: “128M ”. 
    Error #9: The PHP directive “session.save_path” is not formatted correctly: “/var/cpanel/php/sessions/ea-php56" ”. 
    Error #10: The PHP directive “max_execution_time” is not formatted correctly: “120 ”.
    Error #11: The PHP directive “enable_dl” is not formatted correctly: “Off ”. 
    Error #12: The PHP directive “allow_url_include” is not formatted correctly: “Off ”.
    
     
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  2. cPanelMichael

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    Hello,

    Could you verify the specific values you are entering when making the change? Ensure to enter the number on it's own without quotes.

    Thank you.
     
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