where can I find the php.ini page

Well, subject says it all :)


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A3020 replied on at Permalink Reply
If you have shell access you can run 'php --ini'.
ThemeGuru replied on at Permalink Reply
Best to check with your hosting company.
infinityunit replied on at Permalink Reply
The present post was in reference to a solution someone suggested to a problem I was having, see :http://www.concrete5.org/community/forums/usage/urgent-weird-error-...

Well, for some unknown reason, the problem I was having kind of fixed itself by itself... It just disappeared?

Frankly, I'm clueless to what has happened and even more clueless on how the problem fixed itself...

But hey... It works now... That's all I ask... Although knowing what happened could prove useful...

mhawke replied on at Permalink Reply
Over my many years of fighting with hosting providers, I have found that invariably their tech support folks will blame the customer first and tell you it's something in your code and in the meantime, they scurry off and fix the problem but they never come back and tell you that there was something wrong with the server. This happens a lot and even if you didn't alert tech support, someone else did and they fixed it. Don't lose sleep over it but if the host has a lot of these weird errors, it might be time to switch hosts.