Support » Plugin: Background Manager » After Update 3.7.1 – PlugIn Settings – Fatal Error

  • bklutsch

    (@bklutsch)



    Hi,

    after Update to 3.7.1 I want to go to the settings page of the plugIn and the following is happen … Can you help? Thanks!

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    Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 26214400) (tried to allocate 51039 bytes) in …/wp-content/plugins/background-manager/vendor/Twig/lib/Twig/Compiler.php on line 111
    Fatal Error (E_ERROR)

    There was a fatal error in the plugin Background Manager.

    The error occurred in file …/wp-content/plugins/background-manager/vendor/Twig/lib/Twig/Compiler.php on line 111. The cause of the error was:

    E_ERROR: Out of memory (allocated 26214400) (tried to allocate 51039 bytes)
    Because of this error, the plugin was automatically deactivated to prevent it from causing further problems with your WordPress site.

    A log of the error can be found in the file …/wp-content/plugins/background-manager/background-manager.log

    Please contact the plugin author Mike Green (Myatu) with the above details or the logfile if this problem persists.

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/background-manager/

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  • Plugin Author myatu

    (@myatu)

    Hello,

    The error relates to PHP’s “max_memory” limit, which appears to be insufficient on your server for the plugin to work correctly. You may be able to contact you hosting provider’s support and ask if this can be increased for you, or alternatively do so yourself if you have access to the php.ini file or can use htaccess overrides.

    bklutsch

    (@bklutsch)

    Hello myatu,

    thanks for your fast reply.

    My php memory limit is 256 MB/memory usage 23 MB (PHP Version 5.4.21).
    How much do I need?

    greetings
    bernd

    Plugin Author myatu

    (@myatu)

    Hello,

    It looks that at exactly 25 MB (26,214,400 Bytes) PHP ran out of memory though – so the actual limit wouldn’t be at 256 MB.

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