I get the following error on a 1&1 hosted site running WordPress 3.2.1
(allocated 30670848) (tried to allocate 393216 bytes) in /blah/blah/blah/blah/blah/blah/wp-content/plugins/redirection/models/action.php on line 26
This is probably related to the following 1&1 FAQ:
FAQScripting and Programming LanguagesPHPArticle #13
Can the memory usage limit be increased on shared hosting with a php.ini file?
Due to resource limits on our Shared Hosting machines, it is not possible to allocate more than 30M of memory to PHP via the memory_limit directive, although phpinfo() may report a higher number. While you may specify more than 30M for the memory_limit PHP directive via a php.ini or .htaccess file, the server will not allocate more than 30M.
Can we find a way around this? Thanks!