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Production mode
December 18, 2006 @ 08:43:00

In an effort to get some thought going about ways to encourage security in PHP applications, Stas has posted an idea about a simplified php.ini setting - production=On.

His idea is that, with this setting on, the PHP installation would:

  • disable display errors
  • disable phpinfo()
  • turn expose_php off
  • make max_execution_time/memory_limit reasonable
  • and possibly a few others that some developers forget to set correctly
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