|Can I have multiple php.ini files?||#1|
I want to set the
variable in my php.ini file (
But, I want different
values for different sites hosted on the same Windows server. How can I do this?
posted date: 2008-12-08 13:01:00
|Re: Can I have multiple php.ini files?||#3|
Unfortunately, I don't think you can. However, some webservers can change PHP settings on an individual basis... Apache using mod_php has the php_value setting that you can set on various virtual hosts, IIS might have something similar, but I'm not sure.
can also override the include path at runtime.P.S. TF2 Engineer for the win.
posted date: 2008-12-08 13:06:00
|Re: Can I have multiple php.ini files?||#4|
http://php.net/manual/en/configuration.php says:php.ini is searched in these locations (in order):. . .You can review this list and see if one of the techniques helps in your case. For example, you can set the environment variable
, or you can put a different php.ini file in each current working directory, assuming each virtual host has a distinct cwd.Note that when using Apache and mod_php, or other module embedding PHP in the web server (e.g. FastCGI), the php.ini file is read once, at web server startup. When you use PHP in a CGI manner, the php.ini file is read during every web request, so you have more opportunity to use a different php.ini.
posted date: 2008-12-08 13:07:00
|Re: Can I have multiple php.ini files?||#5|
You can set the php include_path from an .htaccess file, assuming you have the correct AllowOverride settings in your httpd.conf file. Here's an example how:.htaccess
php_value include_path "d:\path\to\include"
posted date: 2008-12-08 13:13:00
|Re: Can I have multiple php.ini files?||#6|
The question never mentions Apache.
posted date: 2008-12-08 13:17:00
|Re: Can I have multiple php.ini files?||#7|
As I understand the question, its more important to have individual include paths for each server/site then multiple php.ini files? Id say keep your code in PHP as far as possible.Then you can just set the include_path with
set_include_path or ini_set
.In apache you can set it in virtual domain or .htaccess file with
php_value include_path "<first path to look>:<second path>:<etc>:."
. IIS probably has a similar method.
posted date: 2008-12-08 13:28:00
|Re: Can I have multiple php.ini files?||#8|
The question DOES mention Windows.
posted date: 2008-12-10 11:14:00
|Re: Can I have multiple php.ini files?||#9|
works like charm!
posted date: 2009-02-21 00:16:00
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