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Of the various methods to increase the PHP memory limit, the only one I can use for a certain site is ini_set('memory_limit', 'XXXM'); in settings.php.

This value does not appear to change the memory_limit shown in phpinfo(). However, I know it is actually being modified because the site breaks without it.

Is there another way to view the current memory limit OR the actual memory limit ceiling?

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    You are probably calling phpinfo() before settings.php. What if you use the built-in phpinfo() linked in the Status Report? /admin/reports/status/php
    – 4uk4
    Apr 28 at 14:50
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    Also, some hosts may not allow you to change it above a certain amount.
    – Jaypan
    Apr 28 at 15:02
  • @4uk4 that's a great comment, can you pls put it as proper answer so I can tick it etc.?
    – james6848
    Apr 28 at 18:27

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You are probably calling phpinfo() before settings.php. What if you use the built-in phpinfo() linked in the Status Report?

http://www.example.com/admin/reports/status/php

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