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Duplicate css files in wp-admin folder after upgrade (4 posts)

  1. IdaB
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    I think I have duplicate css-files in my wp-admin folder after upgrading to WP 3.1.3 - they look like this:
    colors-classic-rtl.css
    colors-classic-rtl.dev.css

    All files seem to have kind of a twin named .dev
    should I delete one of the files and which one?

    The thing is that I get "High memory usage notification" mails every time i log in to my dashboard - so i suspect that it's because i should delete some files (?)

    The website: http://leybatohotel.com/

    Thank you - all help appreciated

  2. Christopher Spires
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Files are not the problem, and those dev files belong there. Try increasing the memory WordPress uses as detailed here: http://codex.wordpress.org/Editing_wp-config.php#Increasing_memory_allocated_to_PHP

  3. IdaB
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Thank you so much for answering - then I will leave the css-files.

    I already tried yesterday to put the code: define('WP_MEMORY_LIMIT', '64M'); into my wp-config.php - but I still get the "High memory usage notification" mails in my inbox every time i log in to my WP dashboard.
    I contacted my host and they say the PHP limit is 128MB.

    I still suspect it has something to do with some upgrading. The thing is I have Backupbuddy and after i upgraded WP and one plugin (pronamic-google-maps) - the backup I do is suddenly more than the double size (from 67,23MB to 176,82MB). Thats why I suspect to have some duplicate files somewhere.

    Now I tried to deactivate the pronamic plugin. But I still get the errors and High memory usage mails.

    By the way my dashboard looks exactly the same after upgrading to WP 3.1.3 - maybe it's a stupid information to give - but I'm trying hard to figure out where things went wrong.

    Could you tell me - is there a difference between WP-Memory-Limit and PHP-Memory-Limit?
    Thank you again.

  4. Christopher Spires
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    Yes, the WP memory limit is the amount of memory that WP will use before it terminates a hefty process. The PHP memory limit is the amount of memory alloted to the PHP service on your web server. You'll ned to contact your host about increasing the amount of memory alloted to PHP.

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