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PHP memory limit


Hello,

I want to know how much memory limit is safe as a shared hosting provider.

How much memory limit should be allowed?

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Depends some do 64-512mb

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Anywhere from 64M to 256M. The default value of 32M is too low so definitely raise it, but I don't know if I would go all the way up to 512M.

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I would recommend always go with 128M if you're running any Control Panels or CMS heavy PHP applications get minimum PHP 5.3.5+ you'll be fine

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64MB is a fairly used variable for shared hosting...

If clients want to gobble up RAM then they shouldnt be on a shared server to be honest.

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128M is the best value for scripts which coded by n00bs or pr0s

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If you are running cheap shared plans then 64 is enough. If you run middle/high prices i'd suggest to set 64+.

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