# Settings file

The file at app/settings.php contains the application settings like database credentials, table prefix, driver, debug level and moore. The file may look like this:

<?php

$settings['db_host'] = '127.0.0.1';
$settings['db_port'] = 'port';
$settings['db_name'] = 'name';
$settings['db_user'] = 'user';
$settings['db_pass'] = 'password';
$settings['db_table_prefix'] = 'chv_';
$settings['db_driver'] = 'mysql';
$settings['debug_level'] = 1;

# Runtime php.ini configuration

As app/settings.php is loaded everywhere and not override by the update procedure, is the safer place to add runtime php.ini directives using ini_set.

# Options

$settings['session.save_path'] = 'absolute_path_to_sessions';
$settings['default_timezone'] = 'timezone identifier';
$settings['https'] = TRUE;
  • Use session.save_path to set the target session directory
  • Use default_timezone to set the right timezone
  • Use https true to always force HTTPS (required if HTTPS isn't auto detected)