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Imagick::setResourceLimit

(PECL imagick 2.0.0)

Imagick::setResourceLimitSets the limit for a particular resource in megabytes

Descrierea

bool Imagick::setResourceLimit ( int $type , int $limit )

This method is used to modify the resource limits of the underlying ImageMagick library.

Parametri

type

Refer to the list of resourcetype constants.

limit

The resource limit. The unit depends on the type of the resource being limited.

Valorile întoarse

Întoarce TRUE în caz de succes.

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Arkadiy Kulev
2 years ago
This list should help setting the limits:

imagick::RESOURCETYPE_AREA (integer)   //equivalent of MAGICK_AREA_LIMIT
imagick::RESOURCETYPE_DISK (integer)   //equivalent of MAGICK_DISK_LIMIT
imagick::RESOURCETYPE_FILE (integer)   //equivalent of MAGICK_FILE_LIMIT
imagick::RESOURCETYPE_MAP (integer)    //equivalent of MAGICK_MAP_LIMIT
imagick::RESOURCETYPE_MEMORY (integer) //equivalent of MAGICK_MEMORY_LIMIT
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rodneyrehm
2 years ago
IMagick::RESOURCETYPE_THREADS is missing, yet you're still able to limit the number of thready ImageMagick should use:

<?php
// IMagick::setResourceLimit(IMagick::RESOURCETYPE_THREADS, 2);
IMagick::setResourceLimit(6, 2);
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Anonymous user
3 months ago
Note that the limits are given in bytes instead of megabytes. You can verify with:

<?php echo Imagick::getResourceLimit(Imagick::RESOURCETYPE_MEMORY); ?>
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