SOLVED Ignored php.ini instructions

Gojko

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Hello, i have the problem with ignored php.ini file
new server, not upgrade ea3 to ea4, whm is newest version centos7.2


Code:
Apache 2.4
config
config-runtime
mod_bwlimited
mod_cache
mod_cache_disk
mod_cache_socache
mod_cgi
mod_deflate
mod_expires
mod_file_cache
mod_headers
mod_mpm_prefork
mod_pagespeed
mod_proxy
mod_proxy_fcgi
mod_proxy_http
mod_security2
mod_socache_memcache
mod_ssl
mod_suexec
mod_suphp
mod_unique_id
mod_version
tools

PHP 5.6
libc-client
pear
php-bcmath
php-calendar
php-cli
php-common
php-curl
php-devel
php-fpm
php-ftp
php-gd
php-iconv
php-imap
php-ioncube
php-mbstring
php-mcrypt
php-mysqlnd
php-pdo
php-posix
php-sockets
php-xml
php-zendguard
runtime
 
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cPanelMichael

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new server, not upgrade ea3 to ea4, whm is newest version centos7.2
Hello,

Could you elaborate on the specific issue you are facing with the php.ini file? Also, which PHP handler is enabled on the system? Is there any reason you prefer to not use EasyApache 4?

Thank you.
 

Gojko

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i have ea4 but still don't work

on whm phpini i set 300MB, in cpanel account i set 500mb, i have bouth php.ini and .user.ini also with 500mb, but when i open in cpanel file manager i have limit to 50MB...

what is problem?
 
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cPanelMichael

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on whm phpini i set 300MB, in cpanel account i set 500mb, i have bouth php.ini and .user.ini also with 500mb, but when i open in cpanel file manager i have limit to 50MB...
Hello,

File Manager uses the internal cPanel PHP version, not the system or account PHP version used with EasyApache 4. You can adjust the following value under the "PHP" tab in "WHM >> Tweak Settings" to change the File Manager upload limit:

"cPanel PHP max upload size"

Also, review the "File upload required free space" option under the "System" tab in "WHM >> Tweak Settings". Per it's description:

The minimum filesystem quota space required after file upload. This will prevent users from hitting their quota limit; it applies to all uploads and form submissions in all web interfaces throughout cPanel and WHM.

Additionally, keep in mind it's recommended to upload large files via FTP or SFTP, as you may encounter additional limits when uploading large files via File Manager.

Thanks!