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  • Resolved princejindal8



    My website is Healthy Celeb. I recently updated WordPress SEO plugin and then I decided to update an already created page in WordPress. So, when I clicked the update button, I got the following error:-

    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 1024 bytes) in /home3/healtld5/public_html/wp-includes/capabilities.php on line 883

    My Dashboard is opening correctly. I having issues only with the updation of my posts and pages in the WordPress.
    Any suggestions?

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  • Krishna



    Remove the WordPress SEO plugin and see it solves the problem. Are you using any other SEO plugin?

    No, I have only 1 plugin for SEO.
    Though, I have installed All in One SEO Pack Importer, besides WordPress SEO.
    And if I’ll remove WordPress SEO plugin, will it also remove all the SEO, i have done for all my blog posts?

    By deactivating the WordPress SEO plugin, everything works fine. But, how to get the plugin in proper working state. And by deleting and re-installing this plugin, whether it will delete my all SEO, which I have done for already published posts?




    No, you will not lose any of the SEO benefits for the posts you already published because everything is stored in your database. By telling you to remove the plugin, I wanted to know the source of the problem. Any way, though removing it solved the problem, the real problem can be elsewhere which we have to identify.

    WordPress SEO plugin especially the New version needs much memory. Lots of users reported the same issue when their hosting have limited memory. I saw your limitation is only 64M. Maybe this is the reason.

    Thanks for your reply. So, this means, the only solution is to raise the memory. I will talk to my host about that.

    Again, today, a new version of WordPress SEO plugin was available. I updated that plugin and it happened again.
    After updating and activating the plugin, I got the following message

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function update_options() in /xxxx/xxxxxx/public_html/wp-content/plugins/wordpress-seo/admin/class-admin.php on line 441

    And this time, it is not related to memory. How could this issue be resolved?
    My website is

    Prince Jindal

    Moderator keesiemeijer



    Did you do an automatic upgrade of the plugin?

    It seems to me some files didn’t get uploaded. Upload the plugin manually by using FTP or whatever file management application your host provides.



    Forum Moderator

    Thanks esmi. It resolved the error

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