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Imagick::setResourceLimit

(PECL imagick 2.0.0)

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

Beschreibung

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

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

Parameter-Liste

type

Refer to the list of resourcetype constants.

limit

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

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Liefert TRUE bei Erfolg.

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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
5 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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