Php ini not updating
It may be that an INI file in that folder is overriding your default I looked in the other INI files and there are no directives related to what I am changing in the file. I also edited the cli ini file to be the same as the /etc/php5/apache2/file. * what is the exact "Loaded Configuration File" reported by phpinfo when you view it in apache? Are you checking your phpinfo values and see that your newly specified parameters in are not taking effect? Obviously, if you are still having a problem, we need more specific detail, starting with the exact details of your edits: * which ini file? phpinfo(); shows /etc/php5/apache2/as the file being used. Are you opening a browser and visiting or are you typing in some other url?
Beyond that, I'm not sure what else to tell you except maybe to force refresh in your browser. This is my dev machine so I don't allow FF to cache pages on it. AFAIK you need root access to edit so you should at least be using the sudo command on a linux box or you won't have write permission. * can you change *other* settings in the file or do all changes to the ini file fail to have an effect? Are you actually uploading files and that is not working? I restart apache with the following command; sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart I'm quite sure that I am doing the correct methods.
No, in fact there is no way or need for customers to restart services on the Grid.
Any changes you make within your will be effective within a few moments. The is designed to set global settings for your account. Most common PHP directives are in this page and ready for you to modify. If you need more flexibility, you can also edit your using SSH. Once you have made your changes, click "Save" at the bottom.
It is just the weirdest darned thing Any help will be greatly appreciated. AFAIK you need root access to edit so you should at least be using the sudo command on a linux box or you won't have write permission. * can you change *other* settings in the file or do all changes to the ini file fail to have an effect?