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Post HOSTING - Modifying PHP.INI Variables For Use With Icy Phoenix. 
 
Icy Phoenix regularly requires more than the Default or Global php.ini that is usually applied as the base .ini for most servers.

To change the default php.ini you need to do either of two things.

Check first if you already have a php.ini file in the Root or Public Folder of your server space.

1. IF YES! See if it contains all of the variables below. If it doesn't, then add all or whatever string is missing.

2. IF NO! Create a file called php.ini and include all of the script below. Upload in Binary and chmod to 705.

Note: IF you are using "Free Hosting" and depending on who your free host is, SOME or ALL of these changes may have no affect whatsoever; as many free host's use other scripts to prevent the Global php.ini from being altered in this manner.

In that case, it is NOT an Icy Phoenix problem and you will need to first address your problems with your server-provider.

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Edited by Guest, Wed 09 Sep, 2009 01:51: Removed the Server (Global) PHP.INI file.
 
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And there it is! Another wonderful how-to from Lopalong!  

This is a great one. Many people do not know about php.ini on .../{public_server_root}/.....

BTW, php.ini only works on windows systems!!   

EDIT: Stricked as that is wrong

Edit (again): Yup, it is better to change the public_html to a var. That will avoid confusions. Thanks Lopalong!
 




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Edited by novice programmer, Tue 08 Sep, 2009 14:31: Stricked as that is wrong
Edited by novice programmer, Tue 08 Sep, 2009 14:34: Yup, it is better to change the public_html to a var.
Edited by novice programmer, Tue 08 Sep, 2009 14:41: Corrected the bbcode.
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novice programmer wrote: [View Post]
BTW, php.ini only works on windows systems!!  


This comment is wrong, misleading, unnecessary and disruptive to this thread. Inasmuch it opens avenues for unwanted questions about problems that neither apply or don't exist.

Please remove it.


I also did not define public_html deliberately, because that is NOT always the case for the name of the "Public Folder".
 
 
 
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I confirm that PHP.INI works on any server... it's not OS based.
 




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It is not OS based? Damm, then I have a fail on my php server config running over ubuntu, it does not reconise .ini files as configuration values handlers....  

And I have checked the *.ini files on the public folder inclusion values.

BTW, I was sure I moved this topic to the Docs...

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I do not have do moderate at too late times at night after being on my local festivities for hours. That should avoid fails like that one.


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Excelent... I have modified my php.ini file! But i also have enabled safe_mode.. Is there any problem with this?
 



 
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This Daniel, should answer your question.  

h**p://au.php.net/features.safe-mode

As you will be able to see - It's deprecated anyway, and will not be there in PHP v.6.

I've also now considered the having the "Full" PHP.INI available in this thread was a mistake, and will no doubt lead to more questions about overall server configuration etc, rather than focus on the requirements of Icy Phoenix.

So I have removed it.
 
 
 
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Lopalong wrote: [View Post]
This Daniel, should answer your question.  

http://au.php.net/features.safe-mode

As you will be able to see - It's deprecated anyway, and will not be there in PHP v.6.


thanks i have been looking for this too..

   
 




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Hi!

I will explain something that is important and take too much time for me to understand.

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Normally your hosting have DSO or SuPHP.
With DSO automatic php functions will create files and folder with "nobody" or "99" user. That's easy to know, just enter by FTP and look into the files folder, if the users folder and images files are of the propietary and group 99 (or nobody) your hosting has DSO configuration and you cannot modify PHP configuration through the php.ini file. Talk with the server support.
Why hostings use this? Because is faster than others options, so less CPU consumption.
With SuPHP you will own all your files and maybe you can configure your own PHP configuration. I have said maybe because the sysAdmin can let you do that or not. So, talk with the server support too in order to know how you can do it.

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