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No Worries. Presumably, not all web hosts need to be asked to change these settings, as the issue would be a lot more common on your Q/A.
So I'm guessing that web hosts that advertise themselves as optimised for Wordpress, would have this setting already in place, and that just because a web host offers one click Wordpress installations with Fanatastico, does not mean that their server environments are optimised for Wordpress.
I installed Server Buddy and this gives warnings for several Server Configuration Parameters (see screenshot), but I am not sure whether these parameters would read any better on a web host such as Hostgator or Bluehost.
What do you think? (Apologies if I'm going a bit off topic)
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That's right. It's the first time I've heard of that happening before.
Warnings you can usually safely ignore, while errors usually require attention. Each host is different, however shared hosts do tend to have their max execution limit and memory limit down to the minimums, however those can be increased if needed.