Change PHP upload limits for my Linux Hosting account
Here's how you can use cPanel to change the PHP upload limit for your Linux Hosting account. By default, the limit is 32 MB.
- Go to your GoDaddy product page.
- Under Web Hosting, next to the Linux Hosting account you want to use, click Manage.
- In the account Dashboard, click cPanel Admin.
- In the cPanel Home page, in the Software section, click Select PHP Version.
- In the cPanel PHP Selector | extensions page, in the upper right corner click Switch To PHP Options.
- In the cPanel PHP Selector | options page, click the value for upload_max_filesize, choose a new value from the menu and then click Apply.
- Click the value for post_max_size, choose a new value from the menu and then click Apply.
- Click Save.
- Setting an upload limit means it won't be rejected by the server based on file size, but doesn't guarantee an upload will complete. An upload might fail due to browser timeouts from slow upload speeds, or from maxing out your account resources.
- For help with using File Manager, see the cPanel File Manager documentation.
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