Support » Plugin: BuddyPig » [Plugin: BuddyPig] My site crashed

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  • Plugin Author Beau Lebens

    (@beaulebens)

    Member

    Looks like you got it removed because your site is loading now. Did you get anything useful in your server’s error logs?

    I will say i tried it to see if it would work and received the white page of death. I had to remove it from filezilla and site was back. How much memory does it take to use? I have the “change memory limit” plugin and it’s set to 96 mbs. Seems like such a cool idea but sad it’s not working.

    Plugin Author Beau Lebens

    (@beaulebens)

    Member

    Memory usage is going to depend on the size of your site probably, and BuddyPig has only been tested on a site with a few hundred members.

    What would you consider the ideal memory usage for this plugin? If i set the memory higher than 96mbs? I disabled all my plugin but buddypress. I believe my webhost allows 256MBS at the most.

    Plugin Author Beau Lebens

    (@beaulebens)

    Member

    To be honest I have no idea. You’d have to experiment a bit and find out.

    You can also install the debug toolbar and see how much memory your current install is using: http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/debug-bar/

    Plugin Author Evan Solomon

    (@evansolomon)

    I’m curious how many members you guys have in these BuddyPress groups. Thinking about it very briefly and without testing anything, more members might now to produce huge differences in memory usage.

    HeY guys sorry for late response just to let you know i haven’t opend my sites yet. I’m working on 4 of them. I’ll set my memory to about 128 mbs then try again. Pretty much with zero members i receieved the white page of death. I’ll keep you posted.

    I just set memory all the way up to 256mbs and still white page. So there must be something else interfering. I get the white page of death site wide.

    Plugin Author Evan Solomon

    (@evansolomon)

    I think this is probably not a memory issue. Can you check your PHP error logs for anything mentioning buddypig?

    Same thing just occurred to me. The error is in
    wp-content/plugins/buddypig/pig/activity.php line 7,

    $value = $pig_scores::meta_key;

    I’m not much of a developer though, so I don’t know what’s missing there or what’s too much.

    Plugin Author Evan Solomon

    (@evansolomon)

    Is there anything else in the error? It’s helpful to know the line number, and there’s usually also some information about the specific problem that caused the crash.

    PHP Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ‘:’

    Plugin Author Beau Lebens

    (@beaulebens)

    Member

    @mareksgregs: What version of PHP are you using?

    5.2.17

    Plugin Author Evan Solomon

    (@evansolomon)

    Buddypig actually requires PHP 5.3 (details below). I updated the readme to reflect that requirement, which I didn’t realize existed until now.

    Thanks for helping us find it. Unfortunately, Buddypig won’t work on 5.2.17. On the other hand, you should be able to get your version of PHP upgraded to 5.3.something, or even 5.4.something, if you talk to your host.

    * Buddypig references class constants from variables which was added in 5.3.

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