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29 January, 2015
** I posted this topic on wordpress.org and I am reposting here because this forum seems to be more active.
I have a multisite installation in a hosted environment.
I need to increase the max file upload size to the following (suggested by the Sermon Browser FAQ):
file_uploads = On
upload_max_filesize = 15M
post_max_size = 15M
max_execution_time = 600
max_input_time = 600
memory_limit = 48M
1. The only access I have to the file system is through FTP.
2. The path structure in FTP is: /wordpress/wp-admin/ I don't have access to files above the FTP root level.
3. I don't have access to the system's php.ini file.
4. The system is running on Windows IIS.
5. The PHP version is 5.2.x.
What can I do to override these settings? I tried putting these settings into a php5.ini file in a few folders from FTP root to wp-admin, and when I opened up the wordpress site on the browser, the only thing I got is the line:
"Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is required by WordPress."
All I want to do is to override the few settings listed above without changing any other configuration.
Please let me know what I need to do.
5 July, 2013
I think you are asking in the wrong forum again. You should contact your hoster directly or read through your hoster's FAQ.
PHP can be run in a variety of ways and if your hoster does not allow you to change your settings, you will not be able to do it in any other way but asking.
On my hoster I have to upload a complete php.ini with all settings and not just the settings I want to change, but that really depends.
11 February, 2015