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We can fix php.ini file upload_max_filesize limit ? by follow these steps

A lot of new users are facing this upload_max_filesize issue in PHP. We will overcome this issue by simply follow these steps.

These steps for the php7 version on ubuntu 18.04. Let’s get started.

  • Step 1: Open the console and enter the below command.
  1. sudo nano /etc/php/7.2/apache2/php.ini
  • Step:2 search for upload_max_filesize and increase 2mb to 100mb,post_max_size 8mb to 100mb and max_execution_time 30 to 300.(all these changes are made up to your needs)

  • Step:3 Restart the server by entering the below command.

  1. sudo service apache2 restart

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@InternetGod1 Thank you for sharing this.

After executing this command for PHP7.4 on Ubuntu 20.04, I changed the sizes, the execution time, and restarted the server.

However, my Wordpress Site Health Info still indicates that the Upload max filesize is 2M.

Am I missing something?

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Hi there @InternetGod1,

Thank you for sharing this solution here with the community!

Regards, Bobby