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[Resolved] NEXTGEN GALLERY: Trouble getting thumbnails for large images

  • “imagenamehere.jpg (Error : Exceed Memory limit. Require : 52.83 MByte)”

    I don’t think this is something with my server, I just got the host and have unlimmited or just about a ton of everything space wise. Some of my larger scans/images don’t want to make thumbnails because they’re so high res. Anyway to change the settings for this? I’ve looked but I can’t find it…

    Thanks to anyone who can help!

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  • The exceeded memory limit error does not pertain to your allocation of storage space. This is the amount of memory a PHP script is allow to consume before it is stopped, to prevent it from running away from the server. It does appear however the error you’re getting is from WordPress’ own internal memory limit controls.

    Create a php file with the following contents:

    <?php phpinfo(); ?>

    Open the file in your browser and look for a memory_limit setting. Take this value and place it in the wp-config.php in:

    define(‘WP_MEMORY_LIMIT’, ’32M’);

    (In place of the 32M part.

    That worked I think! Thank you.

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