13 Mar 2018

Learn about different types of Memory Limits in PHP | WHM

Curious about memory limits and their purpose? Your curiosity is over and its time to increase your knowledge today. In this article, we will discuss different types of memory limits and we will show how to set/change those limits in WHM.

Requirements

  • WHM Credentials

Types of Limits

memory_limit = 128M

This limit means that how much maximum memory can a PHP script use from your server or memory a PHP script can occupy. Here it’s 128 MegaBytes.

upload_max_filesize = 32M

This limit means maximum size of a single file that can be uploaded to the server. Here its 32 MegaBytes/

post_max_size = 64M

This limit means that how much memory a single POST Data can occupy. Here it’s 64 MegaBytes.

max_execution_time = 30

This limit means maximum time a PHP script can take to load. Here it’s 30 seconds.

max_input_time = 60

This limit means a maximum of time that can be taken to parse the data for some input. Here it’s 60 seconds.

max_input_vars = 1000

This limit means how many GET/POST/COOKIE input variables may be accepted by the PHP script. Here it’s 1000 variables.

max_file_uploads = 20

This limit means the maximum number of files that can be uploaded in a single request. Here it’s 20 files.

Procedure to add/change these limits in WHM

  1. Login it WHM.
  2. Goto Software Section and look for ”¬†MultiPHP INI Editor” and open it.
  3. Select Editor Mode
  4. Select your PHP version whose limits you want to add/change.
  5. Look for the limit you want to add/change if it exists then change the value or add the limit yourself in the editor and save it.
  6. After Saving your limits are added/changed as per values entered in Editor Mode.