[TYPO3] Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted
tonyd at zeroeffortnetworking.com.au
Sun Apr 23 03:13:51 CEST 2006
Dmitry Dulepov wrote:
> Tony Davidson wrote:
>> What is actually causing the error? (i.e. why does it happen some times
>> and not others)?
> You did not search before asking, yes? Than search.
You're a twit.
You're general reply to any question is "search".
Well if you'd bothered to actually *read* my post you will clearly see
that I did search and am after further assistance. If you can't help
then please don't clog up the list with this dribble.
Tony Davidson wrote:
> I've been receiving the following message:
> Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted (tried to
> allocate 46080 bytes) in
> on line 400
> and the consensus from looking on this list seems to be that the memory
> limit in php.ini needs to be increased.
> Our sites are hosted and I'm having troubles getting the hoster to make
> changes. They've made some changes and the error happens less frequently
> but it still pops up at times.
> What is actually causing the error? (i.e. why does it happen some times
> and not others)?
> Also, this from another post:
> Tapio Markula wrote:
> > Ries van Twisk wrote:
> > try
> > ini_set(memory_limit, '30M');
> > in the top of the localconf.php
> > int2000 offers 16MB but I could override it with that function
> I've had a look at the localconf.php file and it doesn't have anything
> remotely like this line. Most of the lines start $TYPO3_CONF_VARS or
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