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October 31, 2006, 8:43 pm
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we would like to provide separate php.ini files (for different
At the moment, we're unable to do this - the error I'm seeing is:
Starting httpd: Syntax error on line 87 of
Only first PHPINIDir directive honored per configuration tree -
subsequent ones ignored
So my question here is in a couple of parts. One, is it even possible
to do what I'm trying to do... and what is a "configuration tree" -
does that refer to the entire instance of the apache server itself. Is
it possible to have more than one "configuration tree"s.
Re: Multiple php.ini instances - configuration tree errors (PHPIniDir)
Unless I've missed something, no, it's not.
Yes, looks that way.
I don't think so. One Apache instance has one configuration tree; you'd have
run a separate Apache instance per vhost, which would almost certainly be
You can override some PHP settings per vhost in httpd.conf with php_flag and
php_value, but that's not quite the same.
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