3.3.38. PhpConfiguration PhpConfiguration

The PhpConfiguration suggests a list of directives to check when setting up the hosting server, tailored for the code

PhpConfiguration bases its selection on the code, and classic recommendations. For example, memory_limit or expose_php are always reported, though they have little impact in the code. Extensions also get a short list of important directive, and offer a link to the documentation for more documentation.

; Suggestion for php.ini ;

; The directives below are selected based on the code provided.
; They only cover the related directives that may have an impact on the code
; The list may not be exhaustive
; The suggested values are not recommendations, and should be reviewed and adapted

; It is not safe to rely on the system's timezone settings. Make sure the
; directive date.timezone is set in php.ini.
date.timezone = Europe/Amsterdam

; More information about pcre :

; This sets the maximum amount of memory in bytes that a script is allowed to
; allocate. This helps prevent poorly written scripts for eating up all available
; memory on a server. It is recommended to set this as low as possible and avoid
; removing the limit.
memory_limit = 120

; This sets the maximum amount of time, in seconds, that a script is allowed to
; run. The lower the value, the better for the server, but also, the better has
; the script to be written. Avoid really large values that are only useful for
; admin, and set them per directory.
max_execution_time = 90

; Exposes to the world that PHP is installed on the server. For security reasons,
; it is better to keep this hidden.
expose_php = Off

; This determines whether errors should be printed to the screen as part of the
; output or if they should be hidden from the user.
display_errors = Off

; Set the error reporting level. Always set this high, so as to have the errors
; reported, and logged.
error_reporting = E_ALL

; Always log errors for future use
log_errors = On

; Name of the file where script errors should be logged.
error_log = Name of a writable file, suitable for logging.

; More information about standard :

; Name of the file where script errors should be logged.
disable_functions = curl_init,ftp_connect,ftp_ssl_connect,ldap_connect,mail,mysqli_connect,mysqli_pconnect,pg_connect,pg_pconnect,socket_create,socket_accept,socket_connect,socket_listen
disable_classes = mysqli Specs

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