Ajenti V’s VPS web control panel has a nice, pretty interface, which attracts many users. It is easy to use, but certain settings may not always be intuitive for everyone. One such setting is changing PHP.ini settings. In this tutorial, we’ll PHP’s memory_limit. Let’s cut to the chase and begin the tutorial!
Step 1: Log in to Ajenti V Control Panel
Using your web browser, log in to your Ajenti V control panel. If you didn’t change the default port number of 8000, then you can log in to Ajenti V by going to https://220.127.116.11:8000 (substitute 18.104.22.168 with your VPS or Dedicated server’s IP address). If you did change Ajenti V’s default port number, then simply substitute 8000 with whatever port number you are using.
Step 2: Manage Website Configuration / Settings
Click MANAGE to the right of your newly created website.
Step 3: Content Settings Tab
Click on the Content tab. Select PHP. Then enter in
memory_limit = 512M; in the PHP .ini values box. Scroll down and click APPLY CHANGES and then wait a moment for the changes to take effect.
Step 4: Reboot Server to Implement Change of PHP.ini Values
Click on the Dashboard. Then click the reboot button to reboot your web server. If you are prompted whether or not you want to reboot, click OK. Wait for your web server to reboot.