Anyone who has a server using PHP has undoubtedly heard of php.ini – it’s the configuration file used to control and customize PHP’s run-time behavior. It provides a simple way to configure settings for such things as: Upload Directories Log Errors Maximum Script execution time File Upload limit … and so much more. php.ini is the first file PHP looks for when starting up because of the importance of the configuration directives it sets.

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