In this section, we present Recommended PHP configuration limits and How to verify your
current PHP limits. But before that, make sure that you’re running the <strong>latest version of
WordPress</strong>, <strong>PHP version 7.0</strong> or higher and <strong>MySQL
version 5.6</strong> or higher.
<h4>Recommended PHP configuration limits</h4>
One of the issues you may run into is importing demo data fails. The first solution is to increase PHP
limits. You can do this by yourself or contact your server provider to ask for the help to increase
following PHP limits:
<ul>
<li>max_execution_time = 6000</li>
<li>max_input_time = 6000</li>
<li>memory_limit = 256M</li>
<li>post_max_size = 750M</li>
<li>upload_max_filesize = 750M</li>
</ul>
<h4>How to verify your current PHP limits</h4>
Verify your PHP limits in <em>Dashboard >> Hotel WP >> System Status</em>. Or
contact the server provider to confirm your current PHP limits are and have them set it up again if
need.