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    joker's answer is consistent with the searching that I've done; it's why I asked to have a look at the php.ini 3 weeks back.
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    Quote Originally Posted by RayfieldsWRX View Post
    joker's answer is consistent with the searching that I've done; it's why I asked to have a look at the php.ini 3 weeks back.
    Agreed. I've been working on a few different shopping carts and WordPress blogs lately, and I've found I had to make that exact change on all of them to avoid similar errors.
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    Can't post a new thread!

    Attempted to post a new thread in OT and Everyday Impreza forum. Simple text, no images or links. Tried in IE and Firefox.

    Received error every time:
    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 16 bytes) in /home/clubwrx/public_html/forums/includes/class_core.php on line 3312

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    Just tried to post the same thread in "New Members" forum as well. No go.
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    Attempted again this morning to post the same thread in OT, received same 'Fatal Errors' message.

    I shortened the title by like 3 words, and then it posted. I know there's live threads with titles MUCH longer than the one I was posting, this issue is screwy!
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    This is a really easy fix. Not sure why it's still a problem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joker2040 View Post
    This is a really easy fix. Not sure why it's still a problem.
    You've stated that, before, thank you.

    HOWEVER, "I" do not have the abilities to 'fix' it, so I'm waiting on the one who can to read my email and try the php change..


    And ironically, I never seem to be able to replicate it, when it's reported, although I do know it exists.
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    CAnt post, allocating 32 bytes/allocating 16 bytes

    Exactly as title says. Attempted to post in both off topic and impreza talk.
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    Hey guys, is clubwrx.net on a dedicated server or shared hosting?

    If a dedicated, then anyone who has a shell access to the box should be able to fix it in 2 minutes top!

    It seems php is running out of memory again (64 MB limit) this morning. Maybe it's time to up it to 128 and be done with it for a while?

    The error is a general PHP error that isn't necessarily related to vBulletin. It means the PHP engine hit a hard set memory limit of 64 MB. The quickest way to fix it is to log into the box via shell account, edit '/etc/php.ini', find the "memory_limit = 64MB" directive and change it to 128, restart apache, and test the site.

    If the site is on a shared hosting, then the hosting provider should be able to adjust the server setting.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WagonGuy View Post
    Hey guys, is clubwrx.net on a dedicated server or shared hosting?

    If a dedicated, then anyone who has a shell access to the box should be able to fix it in 2 minutes top!

    It seems php is running out of memory again (64 MB limit) this morning. Maybe it's time to up it to 128 and be done with it for a while?

    The error is a general PHP error that isn't necessarily related to vBulletin. It means the PHP engine hit a hard set memory limit of 64 MB. The quickest way to fix it is to log into the box via shell account, edit '/etc/php.ini', find the "memory_limit = 64MB" directive and change it to 128, restart apache, and test the site.

    If the site is on a shared hosting, then the hosting provider should be able to adjust the server setting.
    Thanks, I'll forward this to the approriate persons with access.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    Thanks, I'll forward this to the approriate persons with access.
    No problem at all. I just went through the thread and found out my notes may not be precisely related to your server since the php config file on your box is at /usr/local/lib/php/ini and I mentioned /etc/php.ini so adjust accordingly.

    But what struck me the most is that the phpinfo.php file is wide open and available for all to see. That's a big no. At least have someone password protect it with a realm auth or restrict access to it to certain IPs for administration purposes. Better yet, remove it all together, since recreating that file is a matter of writing a 3 line php code. The information revealed by that script about your server environment is equivalent to me posting xerox copies of my drivers license, social security card, bank statements, passport, etc...you get the idea Nothing may happen ever but script kiddies love this sort of stuff.
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    nice...

    thanks again!


    (and yes, I RSS'd your blog.. It's interesting.)
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    Quote Originally Posted by WagonGuy View Post
    Hey guys, is clubwrx.net on a dedicated server or shared hosting?

    If a dedicated, then anyone who has a shell access to the box should be able to fix it in 2 minutes top!

    It seems php is running out of memory again (64 MB limit) this morning. Maybe it's time to up it to 128 and be done with it for a while?

    The error is a general PHP error that isn't necessarily related to vBulletin. It means the PHP engine hit a hard set memory limit of 64 MB. The quickest way to fix it is to log into the box via shell account, edit '/etc/php.ini', find the "memory_limit = 64MB" directive and change it to 128, restart apache, and test the site.

    If the site is on a shared hosting, then the hosting provider should be able to adjust the server setting.
    It's on a dedicated server. I'll go ahead and issue a ticket to see if the host can make the changes for us. Thanks for the tip!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlazinWRX View Post
    It's on a dedicated server. I'll go ahead and issue a ticket to see if the host can make the changes for us. Thanks for the tip!


    I'd love to be able to close this out
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post
    nice...

    thanks again!
    (and yes, I RSS'd your blog.. It's interesting.)
    Thanks, I feel flattered

    Quote Originally Posted by BlazinWRX View Post
    It's on a dedicated server. I'll go ahead and issue a ticket to see if the host can make the changes for us. Thanks for the tip!
    No problem, my pleasure.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post


    I'd love to be able to close this out
    Quote Originally Posted by Rogan View Post


    I'd love to be able to close this out
    While this seems like a nuisance having adjust the PHP memory limit every few months, it isn't really such a big deal in your case because luckily the site is hosted on a dedicated server. Assuming the server is solely responsible for serving dynamic pages via PHP/MySQL backend and that is the only major service taxing the server resources then bumping the memory limit for PHP until a 'sweet spot' is reached is a normal procedure in web hosting. No one goes crazy right away and allocates 1GB of RAM for a page that initially requires 26 or 32 MB.
    But if the server is equipped with > 2GB of RAM then giving it increments of 32 or 64 MB shouldn't really have any impact on the server performance as long as the upper OS memory limit isn't reached or some other negative memory related bottle neck happens.

    I wonder if you could post the output of the following commands:

    less /proc/meminfo

    ps -e -orss=,args= | sort -b -k1,1n
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