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How to turn off safe mode in php 5.6.7

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I'm getting a disparity in results when setting safe_mode in php 5.6.7.

This is what I have set in my php.ini file:

$ grep safe_mode /etc/php.ini | grep -i -v -e gid -e
exec -e allowed -e sql -e protected -e include

safe_mode = Off

Yet when I grep the output of php -i I only see sql_safe_mode:

$ php -i | grep safe_mode
sql.safe_mode => Off => Off

Any ideas on this?

posted Apr 14, 2015 by Tarun Singhal

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Go to the control panel for the specific domain where you want to turn off safe mode, click on the Websites & Domains tab. At the bottom will be a listing of the domain names, click on an individual name to see it's hosting settings. There should be a checkbox for PHP, and another one for whether or not to use safe mode.

See also: https://manage.grabweb.in/knowledgebase.php?action=displayarticle&id=86

answer Apr 15, 2015 by Vrije Mani Upadhyay
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