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Thread began 10/21/2015 10:51 am by mrobben375515 | Last modified 10/22/2015 3:21 pm by mrobben375515 | 1224 views | 11 replies

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php.ini on hosted GoDaddy Server

I am having problems uploading a larger number of files to PowerGallery. I am getting this error message when trying to upload a 8mg file:

"Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 21480 bytes) in /home/content/05/11651305/html/1to1ecart/powergallery/admin_gallery/common/functions.php on line 257"

I increased the php.ini from 100mg to 256mg. This did not make a difference. I am attaching the php5.ini files.

I have an unlimited web hosting account with GoDaddy. Do I need to put the php.ini in each folder where the domain files reside or just in the main folder of my account? Currently these files reside in the root of the main domain's folder, which is 1 level up from the folder which holds the domain's folders the powergallery is inside.

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