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Regarding to migrant wordpress web site.

Hi,

Now I am trying to migrate wordpress website to other hosting server. But there are some error blow as.

PHP Open Base Dir: 'ON'
Issues might occur when [open_basedir] is enabled. Work with your server admin to disable this value in the php.ini file if you’re having issues building a package. [details]

PHP Max Execution Time: '20'
Timeouts may occur for larger packages when [max_execution_time] time in the php.ini is too low. A value of 0 (recommended) indicates that PHP has no time limits. An attempt is made to override this value if the server allows it.

Note: Timeouts can also be set at the web server layer, so if the PHP max timeout passes and you still see a build timeout messages, then your web server could be killing the process. If you are on a budget host and limited on processing time, consider using the database or file filters to shrink the size of your overall package. However use caution as excluding the wrong resources can cause your install to not work properly. [details]

Do you have any idea what I should do for these two issues?

Comments

  • For starters: those values were set for good reasons and you cannot change them. The open_basedir restriction is enforced for security reasons and the max_execution_time is set to 20 seconds for performance reasons.

    If you are on a budget host and limited on processing time, consider using the database or file filters to shrink the size of your overall package.

    You're not on a budget host: you're on a free host (which is even less).

    I'm not sure exactly how you're trying to move WordPress, but if you need to move a WordPress instance from one host to another, the most reliable method is to just transfer the entire installation rather than trying to export and import it's contents. You can read how to do that in the official documentation: https://codex.wordpress.org/Moving_WordPress#Moving_to_a_New_Server

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