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The cli_check.php uses the built in PHP functions to get the details so if it reports 400M that is what is being returned by ini_get() within the function in install/functions.php.
I don’t believe we have a hard coded value as default though if we did, that would mean that we aren’t getting the memory limit back. Since I’ve tested that functionality recently, I know it picked up my memory limit.
This seems to have been introduced by #2712 (Memory limit should be unlimited) as the variable $original_memory_limit was removed which is used by the utility if present. The cli_check.php routine did set that before setting the memory to 500M before but as part of the conversion it was accidentally removed.
I don't think it's a big impact on upgrade since most systems will already have the right value, but new installs may not.