How To Increase PHP File Upload Limit on CentOS 7

How To Increase PHP File Upload Limit on CentOS 7 with one line of bash.

SSH into your server as root and execute the following command:

[cce_bash]replace “upload_max_filesize = 2M” “upload_max_filesize = 20M” — /etc/php.ini && service httpd restart[/cce_bash]

That will replace your 2mb upload limit with a 20mb upload limit and it will restart the web server so changes to php.ini are made:

Done.

P.S. you can verify your new maximum PHP file upload size is by executing:

[cce_bash]grep upload_max_filesize /etc/php.ini[/cce_bash]

Sample output:

[cce_bash]upload_max_filesize = 20M[/cce_bash]


Universal way to increase PHP Upload Limit:

SSH into your server as root. Use vi or nano to edit the php.ini file:
[cce_bash]
vi /etc/php.ini
[/cce_bash]
Press / and type upload_max
(Pressing backslash (/) allows you to search a file while editing with Vi)

You should see:

[cce_bash]upload_max_filesize = 2M[/cce_bash]

Press i and change that value to 20M
(Pressing “i” allows you to insert type in characters while editing with Vi)

[cce_bash]upload_max_filesize = 20M[/cce_bash]

To exit Vi, press Esc and type [cce_bash]:x[/cce_bash] and hit enter.

Now either [cce_bash]reboot[/cce_bash] your server or restart httpd:

[cce_bash]service httpd restart[/cce_bash]

Your PHP upload limit is now 20mb.