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How to Increase or Decrease PHP Memory Limit via CloudLinux Selector in cPanel

 

You can modify PHP Memory Limit as per your needs using CloudLinux PHP Selector in cPanel.

 

1. Log in to your cPanel account.

2. In the Software section, click on Select PHP Version.

 

3. Click on the Options menu.

Note: If the Options page shows an error related to the native PHP version, change it to a non-native version first.

 

4. Look for memory_limit and click on the drop-down option displayed in front of it. Then choose the appropriate limit as per your requirements.

 

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