Using custom php.ini for a specific cPanel account

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Sometimes you may need to override a particular PHP setting for a single user, such as the memory_limit setting.  Unfortunately doing so requires maintaining a separate php.ini for the particular user, but the overall process is relatively easy to execute over SSH.

Assuming we have a cPanel account for example.com, and the username is examplec. Login to SSH and execute the following:

 

cd /home/examplec

cp /usr/local/lib/php.ini .

echo "suPHP_ConfigPath /home/examplec/php.ini" >> public_html/.htaccess

 

Be sure to replace examplec with the correct account username.

 

The account now has its own php.ini allowing you to change most PHP settings; you can either edit it via the customer's FTP account or directly via SSH.

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