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How To Change PHP Settings or Parameter Manually Through Plesk Obsidian?

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Watch this video for a step by step process on how to Change PHP Settings or Parameter Manually Through Plesk Obsidian

  • Login to Plesk.

login to plesk 1

  • Click on ‘Websites and Domains’ and select the domain.
  • Click on ‘PHP Settings’.

php settings 2

  • Change the necessary parameter as shown in the screenshot below. In case the parameter value is not displayed in the drop-down menu, you can put it in the given space manually.

Configure The Performance & Security Settings:

  • Select the memory limit from the drop-down list.

cPanel File Manager

  • Select the max_execution_time from the drop-down list.

max input time

  • Select the max_input_time from the drop-down list.

max execution time

  • Select the post_max_size from the drop-down list.

post max size

  • Select the upload_max_filesize from the drop-down list.

upload max filesize 1

  • Select the opencache.enable from the drop-down list.

opencache enable

  • When you have selected the parameters for all the sections, click on ‘Apply’.

apply 1

  • When you click on apply, you will get a message that the settings will be updated.

settings will be updated

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