[php-maint] Bug#440624: Bug#440624: Bug#440624: php5: Fix broken memory_limit in php.ini
soren at ubuntu.com
Mon Sep 3 20:47:46 UTC 2007
On Mon, Sep 03, 2007 at 12:53:38PM -0700, Steve Langasek wrote:
> > > * debian/php5-cli.postinst, debian/rules: - Use same php.ini-dist
> > > for all flavours. The only difference used to be cli having a
> > > higher memory_limit value, but upstream has changed this to 128MB,
> > > which is higher than both of the previous values.
> Well, I'm disturbed that upstream thinks 128MB is a reasonable default
> memory limit for a single PHP script and think it ought to be
> *lowered* in each of the packages.
That was my initial sentiment as well. I've now done a bit of digging,
and it seems upstream chose this default since the previous default was
that memory-limit was disabled unless explicitly enabled at build time,
and they didn't want to cause breakage by enabling it. Since we've
always had the limit enabled, I belive we should stick to our 32 MB
limit and not 128 MB as upstream suggests.
Ubuntu Server Team
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