Find the location of the currently loaded php.ini file

php -i | grep php.ini
Quick and easy way to find out which php.ini file is being used. Especially useful if you just need to find the location of the file for editing purposes.
Sample Output
[user@server ~]$ php -i |grep php.ini
Configuration File (php.ini) Path => /usr/local/lib
Loaded Configuration File => /usr/local/lib/php.ini

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By: jemmille
2009-12-23 15:52:20

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Note that this command just finds the location of your php-cli's php.ini. Mod_php's php.ini will be somewhere else. Plus you might have directives in your .htaccess or vhost files. Run phpinfo(); from a PHP script in your browser or consider a command like: locate php.ini | grep -i 'apache\|httpd'
rkulla · 443 weeks and 6 days ago

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