The php.ini file, a critical configuration file containing your web server’s PHP settings, is integral to the functioning of your website.

Each time PHP initiates, your system hunts down this file to identify directives that will be applied to your site’s scripts. While your PHP initialization file comes pre-configured, there may be instances when you need to tweak the default settings to meet your specific requirements, such as modifying the memory limit or maximum execution time for scripts to run on your environment.

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