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This is a discussion on PENDING - Can't post a thread - Rogan 07/06/09 within the Clubwrx Website/Forum Support - Report Errors forums, part of the Community - Meet other Enthusiasts category; Since you do have a dedicated server, I went ahead and removed the Apache RLimits for memory completely. This should ...

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    Since you do have a dedicated server, I went ahead and removed the Apache RLimits for memory completely. This should give your PHP applications the full 64M that is set in the php.ini. If you do need us to increase the PHP memory limit let us know, however, I do not believe this will be necessary. The reason I say this is because PHP5 uses about 20+M of memory itself. With the Apache RLimits in place, this restricts the amount of overall RAM allocated to the PHP processes. With the RLimits removed, it will give PHP all the memory it needs until PHP itself hits the PHP memory limit.

    I'm not a tech guru but it seems like the problem is fixed.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlazinWRX View Post
    I'm not a tech guru but it seems like the problem is fixed.
    Trying to post a new thread in the Maintenance Forum about 1 min ago resulted in this:

    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 35 bytes) in /home/clubwrx/public_html/forums/includes/functions_search.php on line 197

    The full 64 MB isn't cutting it. Bumping it to 128 MB won't even make the box hiccup and may fix this issue. We are talking 64 MB (as in 10 128kbs mp3s or 5 full size jpegs) more then it is now.
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    OMG! I have stuff to post about getting my wagon back finally and I can't make a new thread!

    "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"

    is what I get.
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    Change your title of the post you are trying to do until it lets you... I had the same issue.
    Wouldnt let me post "Car would not start"
    But would let me post "Major Problem with car starting"

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    I'm getting the out of memory error when I'm trying to post my new thread.

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    I'll be posting a new thread in OT in a bit...let's see if it happens to me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WagonGuy View Post

    The full 64 MB isn't cutting it. Bumping it to 128 MB won't even make the box hiccup and may fix this issue. We are talking 64 MB (as in 10 128kbs mp3s or 5 full size jpegs) more then it is now.
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    Still can't post my new thread. Been trying for 3 days.

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    cant post a new thread been trying for 2 days now
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    Ok, I get it . Only one person can make the changes, so I (we're) waiting for it to be readjusted, again.
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