I’ve set up a new website and just started translating some of it to my native Greek language.
Yet from the very first time I get an error that “max_input_vars” is set to 1000 and that it’s too low for that.
I created a php.ini file and put it on public_html
post_max_size = 20000M upload_max_filesize = 20000M max_execution_time = 30000 max_input_time = 60000 memory_limit = 8000M max_input_vars = 8000 suhosin.post.max_vars = 8000 suhosin.request.max_vars = 8000
Then I put the following lines in the (hidden) .htdocs file
<IfModule mod_suphp.c> suPHP_ConfigPath /home/vasilonet/php.ini </IfModule>
Someone told me that I have to restart apache to apply that, but I use a shared godaddy server.
I.e. I can’t restart apache, unless I pay 204 euros/ year and 360 euros per year after that.
My question is: Why on earth does PHP use such small file limits? E.g. 8MB for mysql databases, a database for ants?
Thanks for reading
EDIT: This makes me think about hosting it from my computer, since I don’t have that many customers online. But I have a dynamic IP so I have to find a way to bypass that problem.