Support » Plugin: WP Migrate DB » A problem oc. when attempting to process the following table (#113) wp_options

  • amichel86

    (@amichel86)



    Hello, I’ve been using this plugin for years and it’s the first time I come across an error. The “wp_options” table’s size is 1.57mb. Could this be the problem?

    Anyone was able to fix this?

    Thanks!

    • This topic was modified 4 months ago by  amichel86.
    • This topic was modified 4 months ago by  amichel86.
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  • joegestalt

    (@joegestalt)

    I have the same problem now also for first time. Reads same message with “Status: 500 Internal Server Error” and a blank “response”. Anyone know of a solution??

    I have the same problem:
    “A problem occurred when attempting to process the following table (#113) wp_options
    Status: 500 Internal Server Error”

    gtapsupport

    (@gtapsupport)

    This is actually quite a wide-spread issue. I’ve had this happen on 4-5 different projects while migrating from dev to live in the past few months. It could be server-related, because when I dump and replace manually, I can run the migrate process in the new server normally (to run the replacements that wouldn’t work with find&replace).

    There are no conflicts with plugins (tried disables) and there’s nothing visibly strange going on with wp_options.

    The logs suggest a memory issue,

    [fcgid:warn] mod_fcgid: stderr: PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 1601536 bytes) in .../plugins/wp-migrate-db/class/wpmdb-replace.php on line 283, referer: .../wp-admin/tools.php?page=wp-migrate-db&wpmdb-profile=1

    Looks to me that there’s a process that eats up all available memory before crashing.

    santiagom86

    (@santiagom86)

    Same problem!! 🙁

    I’ve got this problem also, still not solved :/

    Bunty

    (@bhargavbhandari90)

    I am having the same issue.

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