How to configure the stack depth of traces in PHP applications?
The default stack depth of traces is 15. You can change this by modifying the zpa.stack_depth directive in the zpa.ini (Linux) or php.ini (Windows).
- In the zpa.ini (Linux) or php.ini (Windows),
zpa.stack_depth = 15
Note: The maximum allowed value is 30.
To modify the stack depth for a specific application, update the .htaccess (Linux) or .user.ini (Windows).
- In the .htaccess file (Linux),
php_value zpa.stack_depth 15
- In the .user.ini file (Windows),
zpa.stack_depth = 15
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How to configure the number of method calls to be tracked in the trace details in PHP applications?
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