After installing CyberPanel, many configurations come with their default values. For example, memory_limit comes with predefined values upload_max_filesize and post_max_size. Sometimes we need different configurations or values according to the needs of our website. We can easily change or adjust these configurations and values directly from the CyberPanel dashboard with some tweaking.
Check below to set these predefined configurations accordingly:
Edit PHP Configurations in CyberPanel
Log into your CyberPanel dashboard using port 8090 to edit PHP configurations. On the right side of your screen, scroll down the page and PHP
:8090 > PHP > Edit PHP Configuration > Basis
click PHP and choose Edit PHP Configurations from the drop-down menu. On the next page, under Basic, select the PHP version you want to edit. Currently we recommend using PHP 7.4 which is fast and stable.
After selecting PHP 7.4 you will see the configuration options. You can set the values here.
Delete and enter the current memory_limit value 2048 million. Alternate 256M or 512M.
Delete and enter the current value of upload_max_filesize 2048 million. Alternate 256M or 512M.
Delete and enter existing post_max_size 2048 million. Alternate 256M or 512M.
Set max_execution_time to 300 and max_input_time to 60.
click Save Changes and then start PHP button.
Wait… not here.
Changes will not be reflected until you restart LiteSpeed.
To restart LiteSpeed, click on the settings icon next to the exit button in the upper right corner of your CyberPanel control panel.
Click Situationwill open the server status page. click LiteSpeed Status.
On the next page, click Restart LiteSpeed button.
Alternatively, you can use the SSH terminal to restart LiteSpeed.
Log in to terminal and run the following command to restart LiteSpeed:
All your settings are now saved.
Identify these changes
Still have doubts about whether these changes will work? You can easily define them in your CyberPanel control panel. Click for it databases on the right side of your control panel. Select PHPMyAdmin from the drop-down menu.
Click Import and check MySQL file upload size. (Max: 2.048MiB).
Check PhpMyAdmin php version if not changed. If it’s 7.3.x, change the values accordingly.