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Log in or register to post comments ISSUE RESOLVED chandraswami commented July 15, 2015 at 11:55am A tech-support person at GoDaddy found an obscure post about this Drush-Memory-Over issue. However you quick fix idea worked and after disabling the firebug module I am not getting this error anymore and can easily clear cache. I am running a dedicated server and php is not being run as CGI. Editing/creating the php5.ini does not cause this effect.

WordPad, NotePad, etc.). B. Log in or register to post comments Its cool, ravi_admec commented September 19, 2014 at 1:57pm Its cool, working on my website too. If your host runs php as an apache module, adding your own php.ini will not work. *Most* web hosts are running php as a cgi.

presumably this could be fixed by altering either httpd.conf or via an .htaccess file. When I disable the Drupal for Firebug module the error disappears. In the php settings part of your settings.php, add: ini_set('memory_limit', '128M'); Or read more about increasing PHP memory limit. Your host also has the ability to provide you with the Apache and PHP logs that will pinpoint exactly what was happening when a memory failure occurred.

I am guessing you have a webserver that has been configured with a small memory limit. I have tried setting the Memory limit 1024MB though its not recommended, still no luck. Memory increase to 128M: (This has worked every-time; and used to always work for D6 as well) Create a new file php.ini, and add the code...php_value memory_limit = "128M" and put PHP config?

arh1 commented October 9, 2010 at 8:17pm note that there can be memory bottlenecks other than PHP. Please help! Visit the Drupal.org forums, or join #drupal-support in IRC. Log in or register to post comments Same Problem sachinrocks commented May 9, 2011 at 10:39am Hi...Delicious Creative, Thanks For reply, I placed php.ini file in my drupal folder its worked

I have not tried the Local approach, but I assume it would work equally well. All the best; intended. -Chris (great-grandpa.com) ___ "The number one stated objective for Drupal is improving usability." ~Dries Buytaert * Log in or register to post comments Could not write "*/settings.php" Thanks. Log in or register to post comments The settings.php file did not work for me supawebs commented July 17, 2011 at 3:58am Hi.

thank you ar-jan. Log in or register to post comments I have been there more than once over the last year... Any advice would be great. :D maxo Log in or register to post comments solved chetan-singhal commented May 14, 2012 at 10:15am thanks chetan Log in or register to post comments Don't go overboard on contrib modules While sometimes a site needs a lot of contrib modules, don't go overboard.

I created a php5.ini file with "memory_limit = 128M" as the only entry. much more Articles Articles / BlogNews Letters Contact Us Contact UsServices - CapabilitiesCustomer ReviewsSite Terms of Use / PoliciesTerms and Conditions of SaleOpt In Email PolicyCAS India Student Development and Reward Log in or register to post comments htaccess solution mikev commented June 13, 2013 at 7:07pm I recently updated a drupal 6.x website and immediately started getting this message: Fatal error: joelbox-Mondial-IT commented September 16, 2010 at 3:38pm Hi, I noticed that once you have this problem, it is difficult to pinpoint and solve.

Drush is certainly there, because many of the functions work. Also there has been heaps of work on Drupal performance if you want to look. It increases load on the database and cannot be version controlled. Drupal already contains the phpinfo.

This is a bit obvious, but worth noting regardless. 5. At least Drush reports the memory limit Drush sees. Place the file php.ini into the root folder (also known as 'root directory') so that it is in the directory that also contains folders 'includes', 'misc', 'modules', 'profiles', 'scripts', etc. Essentially Drush has its own ini called "drushrc.php".

This gives Computer Science people hernias (caveat: link is silly), but can't really be avoided with a piece of software as modular and user-friendly as Drupal is. In settings.php added ini_set('memory_limit', '512M'); and it worked for me. Home page Leave this field blank Featured Articles Headless Drupal Web App with Angular JS and DrupalGap Headless Drupal with Angular JS and Bootstrap - Hello World Build a Mobile App On the module screen, the most expensive actions are clearing and rebuilding the caches.

This issue has returned but this time..nothing and i mean nothing will change the php memory limit from 96Mb. and is evidenced if you see the file listed as simply "php". Then the php-services were stopped and restarted. It is quite clear to the developer what size an array, a form or table is and drupal offers ampel options to savely store large data into the database.

This is on a drupal 7.14 website. For this, open pathauto.admin.inc and go to line 76. Digit Professionals Log in or register to post comments You can override what is in dotmundo commented June 6, 2015 at 5:03pm You can override what is in php.ini by setting