Getting the following error?
Invalid command ‘php_flag’, perhaps mis-spelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration
Well, if your host and server configuration allow it, and should you so desire, you can override some of the php.ini settings for your site (and each subdirectory within your web directory). While you can’t override PHP_INI_SYSTEM settings, there’s still a host of other settings that can be overridden while still maintaining the rest of the configuration of the system – if your server is set up to allow it. And no, n00bZ, it won’t override php.ini for the rest of the box.
To grab your php.ini and copy it to the current directory, just run this command:
cp `/bin/env php -i | grep "Loaded Configuration File" | sed 's/.*=> //g'` .
Then just edit the php.ini and save it in place. Voila! No need to restart Apache or anything.