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Changes to max_upload_filesize not working in php.ini? Restart Apache!

I was trying to import a SQL database into a local copy of Wordpress. The SQL file was larger than the standard 2MB upload limit, so Wordpress wouldn't let me upload it.

After some research, I realized I could change the max_upload_filesize in the php.ini file. However, after changing the value to 10MB, Wordpress was still indicating the prior upload limit of 2MB. After wasting time trying other fixes, I suddenly realized I had not restarted apache!


From the command line sudo apachectl restart restarted my local apache server and changed my upload limit to 10MB in Wordpress.

Lesson: if you're tinkering in configuration files, don't forget to restart apache to see your changes!