uk01

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Hi, over the last couple of years there have been a few posts about this and I thought it had been solved in a case but I'm not sure.

If a site is set to use PHP FPM, it ignores the custom php.ini file (set either via ftp or the new cpanel php.ini editor)
So if we disable ini_set for example and someone wants to over-ride it, they used to use disable_functions = "" in php.ini. Now this only works if we turn PHP FPM off.

I read somewhere that restarting PHP FPM resolved this but it doesn't, it seems PHP directives are stored in a yami file not accessible by Cpanel users.
 

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