How to display PHP configuration of your vtiger?

How to display PHP configuration of your vtiger?

Sometimes you need to check and increase your php variables but how to find currently php variables?

You can find the PHP configuration by placing a page with a phpinfo() function along with your website.

To create a phinfo site with this command, first change into the directory that contains your website files. For example, the default directory for webpage files for Apache on Ubuntu is /var/www/html/:

$cd /var/www/html

Then, create the info.php file:

$sudo nano info.php

Paste the following lines into this file and save it:

<!--?php phpinfo(); ?-->

Then, in your browser open: http://yoururl/info.php

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