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  • I am getting this error showing up on our dashboard…

    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 1966080 bytes) in /home4/gamingu1/public_html/wp-includes/SimplePie/Item.php on line 2736

    Yet when I go to that file and to line 2736, this is the code

    $thumbnails[] = $this->sanitize($thumbnail['attribs']['']['url'], SIMPLEPIE_CONSTRUCT_IRI);

    The file shows that it is something for RSS and ATOM Feed, yet it seems to be affecting the whole site. I am at a loss as to what to do and how to fix it. I dont know if or how this will effect the rest of the site. Its from a program called Simple Pie, do I need to get a hold of the developers or can someone help me here?

    Now that I look at what is installed, we do not have Simple Pie even installed as a plugin… could this be a plugin that was installed then removed, but somehow the file itself was never deleted?

    Any help will be greatly appreciated

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  • SimplePie is included with WordPress core. Are you importing an external RSS to your site?

    Moderator Jose Castaneda



    Have you tried deactivating all the plugins to see if that solves the issue?

    I realized after writing this that SimplePie is now included as it was showing up as a widget. I do not think I am importing an external RSS, I am assuming you are talking about putting another site’s RSS within the site?

    I have not deactivated all my plugins… let me do that and see what happens.

    I forgot to mention earlier that the error actual shows up in the WordPress News area on the dashboard.

    After deactivating all the plugins, the error disappeared. So I reactivated each plugin one at a time, and after each activation would refresh the dashboard, to see if the error would show up. It has not shown up again. So now I have no idea what was causing the error, but it doesnt seem to be showing up anywhere now…. I’m more confused than I was before.

    its a php memory limit thing,

    it it happens again, up your memory limit using php.ini, there are loads of examples on google

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