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[Resolved] Fatal Error : Out of memory

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  • Plugin Author Marko Heijnen

    @markoheijnen

    Wow, somehow it seems weird to have. How many posttypes and metaboxes do you have?

    I have 10 CPTs (created using Pods) and 10 Custom Metaboxes (using ACF).

    Plugin Author Marko Heijnen

    @markoheijnen

    I will try to get something up and test but having that amount shouldn’t fatal error on memory. I have on my development environment not even the PHP memory limit that high.

    I don’t know what could interfere, because I developped the website relying on another hosting (OVH) and all was OK. When I switched to 1&1 (with a higher PHP Memory Limit though), I started experiencing this issue.

    Plugin Author Marko Heijnen

    @markoheijnen

    Any heavy plugins running on the site? Also do you have an error line where it did the fatal error?

    I use WPML, when activated with Tabify, I get :

    Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 100925440) (tried to allocate 42 bytes) in /wp-content/plugins/wpml-string-translation/inc/functions.php on line 1029

    So I already tried to deactivate it, but then I still get the fatal error with a WordPress Core File.

    Plugin Author Marko Heijnen

    @markoheijnen

    It seems like you have automatically string translation ‘on’ from WPML. I so hate that part of WPML because it so damn slow.

    Also your PHP Memory Limit isn’t 256mb there. maybe this is on your test server?

    Yeah automatic string translation is like having a death wish for your site, try increasing WP_MEMORY_LIMIT (I think that’s it) in your wp-config.php

    Even if I disable WPML and all sub plugins, I have a blank “Tabify edit screen” page. but no longer with the Fatal Error. I used to get it with a Core WordPress File quoted…

    Plugin Author Marko Heijnen

    @markoheijnen

    With a blank “Tabify edit Screen” mean still WordPress screen but with no post types showing. That would make sense if your post types where generated through pods.

    Pods adds Custom Post Types the standard WordPress way, so they should be seen. Tabify Edit Screen doesn’t yet support Advanced Content Types though, they are separate from Post Types (if that’s what he’s using).

    He should at least see Post / Page / etc though, right?

    Well, while using the other hosting (OVH) everything was fine, Pods CPTs included, with WPML activated.

    Plugin Author Marko Heijnen

    @markoheijnen

    Scott I do know that but when deactivating pods they will disappear and obviously you still see default post types.

    I have no clue if I can help you out with a fix.

    I think he was saying he disabled WPML And all the WPML-related plugins. Pods / ACF / Tabify are still active.

    Yes indeed Scott.

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