PHP Max Execution Time Setting on cPanel Server

 How to set PHP max execution time on cPanel. A quick step by step guidelines for new learners.

If you are facing a problem while uploading files on your cPanel server, you can easily adjust the PHP settings to allow a longer execution time.

To do that go to WHM -> Service Configuration -> PHP Configuration Editor

You will see the option

max_execution_time

max_input_time

Set the value to the number of seconds you wish on both of those (an explanation of both is provided)

Click 'Save' at the bottom

You will also need to restart Apache after changing the configuration.

Go to WHM -> Restart Services -> HTTP Server (Apache)

Click 'Yes' to restart.

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