Support » Plugin: WordPress Gallery Plugin - NextGEN Gallery » Gallery Settings > InvalidArgumentException

  • Resolved jrietz

    (@jrietz)


    When trying to go to Gallery Settings, the following error happens:

    InvalidArgumentException thrown

    RegexIterator::__construct(): JIT compilation failed: no more memory

    This also happens when trying to Add Gallery to Post or Page.

    With only these plugins enabled:

    NextGEN Gallery: version: 3.2.4, author: Imagely
    NextGEN Plus: version: 1.6.12, author: Imagely
    or NextGEN Pro

    Your theme:

    Genesis: version: 2.10.1, author: StudioPress
    Twenty Nineteen: version: 1.4, author: the WordPress team

    server_architecture: Linux 4.14.117-grsec-grsec+ x86_64
    httpd_software: Apache
    php_version: 7.3.0 64bit
    php_sapi: cgi-fcgi
    max_input_variables: 1000
    time_limit: 30
    memory_limit: 256M
    max_input_time: -1
    upload_max_size: 64M
    php_post_max_size: 65M
    curl_version: 7.58.0 OpenSSL/1.1.0g
    suhosin: false
    imagick_availability: true
    htaccess_extra_rules: false

    Thanks
    Jim

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • I may have found a way to fix this problem. Since we are using the Pro Horizontal Filmstrip template, which is included in the Plus and Pro options, there was no way to test this without either of the plugins. I had been activating each, but the problem continued. I finally deleted both and added the Plus back and then seems to have fixed this issue.

    Plugin Support gabyimagely

    (@gabyimagely)

    Hello @jrietz

    We are glad that you were able to solve your issue.

    Unfortunately, WordPress.org doesn’t allow us to address pro support questions here in the free forum. We can only address NextGEN Gallery [Free] questions only. Please submit further a support request through your member account.

    May thanks!

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