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How can I find out where max_execution_time is being set to 60?
Running php7, apache2 on ubuntu 16.04
I am having some issues regarding XML parsing in Wordpress.
max_execution_time needs to be changed to 180 serverwide, but I cannot seem to change it. I have tried altering
/etc/php/7.0/apache2/, which my
phpinfo() says is the relevant file. I have restarted my Apache2 server, but it doesn’t seem to change anything.
max_execution_time stays at 60.
phpinfo() says that there are also other ini files being loaded, and my guess is that one of these files may handle the
max_execution_time setting. I cannot figure out if this is the case, or if so - how to find and change the setting. Can anyone help me out?
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