The only way I was able to change those settings was by adding some It can either be that those values are overwritten by the starter script (if using php-fpm) using the -d option or that the PHP script is setting it's own limit within the PHP files. One thing to keep in mind is that not all PHP modes support setting values via htqccess - just to mention that.
where you see the values, of all variables and where they are set: Local Value means, set in .htaccess or inside the php-script with ini_set() also try find out the source of the content of your variables.
A typical appropriate memory limit for PHP running Drupal is 128MB per process; for sites with a lot of contributed modules or with high-memory pages, 256MB may be more appropriate.
It's often the case that the admin section of a site, or a particular page, uses much more memory than other pages.
You do not need to enable XDebug profiling to use XDebug to debug Joomla code.reports the default values on both "Local" and "Master" columns.I also scanned my Apache config files, but found nothing related to PHP (besides loading the PHP module).XAMPP for Windows exists in three different flavors: Installer: Probably the easiest way to install XAMPP. 7zip: For purists with low bandwidth: XAMPP as 7zip archive.Note: If you extract the files, there can be false-positives virus warnings.