I wanted to increase my Wordpress upload_max limit, changed the php.ini, but could not restart php.ini service or apache 2 service with any command including sudo nacho stuff, literally tried any forum about that, but could not fix
Guys help me
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To stop Apache, run:
To start Apache when it is stopped, run:
To stop and then start the service again, run:
Apache can often reload without dropping connections if you are making configuration changes. To do this, use the following command:
When you’re making changes to the Apache configuration or doing restarts, it’s considered good practice to perform a config test to ensure the config files do not have misconfiguration that can trigger an error and cause downtime for your sites or applications.
Next, test for configuration errors:
sudo apache2ctl configtest You should receive the following output:
Restart Apache to implement your changes:
Changing the PHP settings in php.ini will need you to restart apache2 or nginx for the changes to take effect. Here is how you can do it:
another way would be to use systemctl:
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