How can I increase my PHP memory limit?

You can easily change the memory_limit for PHP by following these steps.

  • Log into cPanel

  • Click on 'Select PHP Version' icon
    (if you have trouble locating it, use the search function to look for "Select PHP Version".

  • Click on 'Switch to PHP Settings' link/button, you will see a list of options available for you to modify. 

  • Click on the value to the right of memory_limit, select your desired memory limit from the drop down menu.

  • Click Apply & Save.

If you need further assistance, please open a support ticket and we'll be glad to assist.

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