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phpinfo says the file location is /etc/php5/fpm/php.ini.

Additional .ini files parsed

   /etc/php5/fpm/conf.d/curl.ini,
   /etc/php5/fpm/conf.d/gd.ini,
   /etc/php5/fpm/conf.d/mcrypt.ini,
   /etc/php5/fpm/conf.d/mysql.ini,
   /etc/php5/fpm/conf.d/mysqli.ini,
   /etc/php5/fpm/conf.d/pdo.ini,
   /etc/php5/fpm/conf.d/pdo_mysql.ini,
   /etc/php5/fpm/conf.d/xcache.ini 

Looking in them none of them have anything that deals with post_max_filesize or upload_max_filesize.

I edit this in the php.ini file and restart both the nginx and php5-fpm service. The changes do not happen. The files are still edited. I have tried rebooting the computer.

Does NGINX cache this somewhere that I need to delete in order for these changes to be made live?

I have tried php -i | grep ".ini"

and it tells me the path for php.ini is Path => /etc/php5/cli/

The phpinfo() tells me its /etc/php5/fpm/

I have edited both with no luck.

if I do php -i | grep "post_max" it tells me its 20M, phpinfo still says 8M.

  • "I have tried php -i | grep ".ini" and it tells me the path for php.ini is /etc/php5/cli/ The phpinfo() tells me its /etc/php5/fpm/" This is because phpinfo() is executed by the web server via FPM. When you run php from terminal you're using CLI (by definition). – Jorge Orpinel Nov 3 '15 at 19:38
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Have you tried to put your php.ini under /etc/php5/fpm/php.ini? This is normally the default location that php reads from, if I understand php5-fpm correctly.

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  • That's where it is located at. The changes to it are not happening. – Case Nov 20 '12 at 6:44
  • Do you perhaps have logs for php5-fpm? Is there nothing in your error logs? – Danie Nov 20 '12 at 7:47
  • Nothing useful, just that it was reloaded over and over again when I was trying to fix the problem. – Case Nov 20 '12 at 11:54
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    There was ntohing in the logs, but I did find serverfault.com/questions/450460/… – Case Nov 20 '12 at 12:07
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You need to restart it. I use 7.0 so change the 7.0 to your version.

sudo systemctl restart php7.0-fpm
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    This worked for me when the other answer didn't. – Allen Gingrich Apr 3 '18 at 4:30
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I have the same problem in Centos 7 I used nginx as the webserver. I restared php-fpm service and my problem solved. the reason is nginx use php-fpm service for handling php the only way to reflect your changes is restart php-fpm service.

you need to run systemctl restart php-fpm

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