troubleshooting Question

Can't change PHP (.ini) post/upload limit

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Sudaraka WijesingheFlag for Sri Lanka asked on
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I'm trying to change the post_max_size (32MB) and upload_max_filesize (12MB) on my server, but they keep falling back to defaults (8MB and 2MB respectively).

Here are some details of the scenario:
Server: VPS hosted by GoDaddy (\w 3GB Ram and 1.5TB monthly bandwidth)
OS: CentOS 5.4
Apache: 2.0
PHP: 5.2.10

I have ruled out following obvious causes:
1. Apache is restarted after modifying the php.ini
2. There's only one php.ini on the whole server, so I'm 100% confident I'm working with the correct php.ini (other setting I change take effect perfectly)
3. GoDaddy has confirmed that they don't have any restrictions or caps on the php settings and I'm free to modify them.

Has any one faced this issue before? (On GoDaddy or any other server) or can any one shed some light on the situation?

Thanks In Advance.
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