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To increase the maximum upload file size in Plesk, you can adjust it in PHP settings. Here’s how you can do it:
Log in to the Plesk Control Panel.
Go to “Websites & Domains”.
Click on “PHP Settings” under the domain name you want to modify.
In the PHP settings, look for the following options:
Click on the value next to each of these options to edit it. Increase these values to the size you want, e.g., ’64M’ for 64 Megabytes. The value for
post_max_size should be larger or equal to
Remember to set the
memory_limit value to a number that is larger than
Click “Apply” or “OK” to save the changes.
Remember to keep these settings within reasonable limits that your server can handle. Also, keep in mind that increasing these values may potentially allow for denial-of-service attacks in the form of users uploading extremely large files to the server.
Make sure you monitor your server’s resources after increasing these settings and adjust accordingly if you see issues.