VPSrobots is created with a purpose for making server management easier and more effective. Therefore, it is designed with the dedicated GUI dashboards for configuring Apache, PHP, and MySQL. All AMP (Apache + MySQL+ PHP) configuration can be modified directly from VPSrobots instead of coding on terminal client. You can enable and disable PHP extensions as well as modify the default value for PHP configuration on PHP settings dashboard. In this guide, we explain how to change PHP configuration with VPSrobots.

Step 1. Sign in VPSrobots and click login icon to log in your server.

Log in server

Log in server

Step 2. Click PHP option on the left side navigation menu to go to PHP Configuration and Modules. On PHP Module page, click switch icon next to the extension name to enable or disable PHP extensions depending on your needs. After this, click Save Changes button to make the changes effectives.

PHP Module page

PHP Module page

Step 3. On PHP Configuration page, click Edit button next to the name of configuration directive and enter your desired value in the field. After editing the value, click Save button. Finally, click Save Changes buttons to make the changes take effect.

PHP configuration page

PHP configuration page

Alternatively, you can also modify PHP configuration in PHP Settings section located server status page. The commonly used PHP configuration are listed in PHP Settings section. Clicking More Configuration button, you will be taken to the dedicated dashboard for PHP configuration and modify full PHP configuration.

PHP settings

PHP settings

Step 4. After changing PHP configuration, you need to restart Apache web server. Click the current server option on the left side navigation menu to go to server status page. Restart Apache button is located in Apache2 Settings section and click it tp restart Apache.

Restart Apache

Restart Apache

That’s it. It is really easy to modify PHP configuration with VPSrobots. The dedicated dashboards for Apache and MySQL are also available for changing their configuration. You may be interested in our guide on how to configure Apache web server with VPSrobots.