Creating a custom php.ini in cPanel

reating a custom php.ini file can be useful in certain circumstances such as allowing different functions on different accounts, or memory limits, etc.

Note: Make sure to replace USERNAME with the account's username.

Firstly, run this in SSH:
cp /usr/local/lib/php.ini /home/USERNAME/public_html 

Next, run this in SSH (make sure you're in public_html):
chown USERNAME:USERNAME php.ini 

Finally, edit the .htaccess file in public_html and add this line:
SetEnv PHPRC /home/USERNAME/public_html/php.ini
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