A client has given me a Plesk account to install his PHP app in, but the PHP memory limit is only 32M and I'd like to increase it. I tried to find this setting on the admin panel but couldn't :(
I use plesk 10 on my own shared Linux server and this works:
Makes life easy because you can just do it where a script really should take up lots of RAM. Might need some changes depending on your server but for me it runs out of the box.
There is no way to update it on the control panel.
What you need to do is to create a file called : vhost.conf
This file must be located in :
Inside this file, add (and change domain.com) :
As root, run the following :
Please note that if you use Fast-CGI this won't work, you would need to change it within the main php.ini.
EDIT: Added path to vhost.conf file
I don't know if your admin panel allows you to access this file, but the usual way to increase PHP memory limit is by changing the memory_limit option in the php.ini file.