Support » Plugins » [Plugin: mySTAT] Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error.

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  • Yes, i’ve got this, too.

    Don’t know what happened.

    Deleted mySTAT and quite happy now.

    Next time, may be ™.

    You Download and unpack myStat manualy?

    no I had installed it via the wordpress Plugins => Add new option.

    I am currently downloading and then manually uploading and installing it to check again.

    Gives the same error. so I deactivated all plugins, then activated mystats and reactivated all other plugins. seems good now, will have to wait for visitors to check though.

    nope. after the plugin is active, my back end break. the plugin page is empty 🙁 had to delete this plugins folder 🙁

    It looks so promising, pelase help me out here 🙁

    Please, open in browser http://__YOUR__SITE__/wp-content/plugins/mystat/tester.php and send me to killer[AT]

    I have emailed the url to you

    any news? I am really keen on using this plugin 🙁


    I have roughly 10 sites I manage and I’d love this plugin. I am on my own root server so whatever it takes, ask me for info, I’d love to figure out the problem, but there is nothing in the log files either 🙁 at least I haven’t seen anything so far.


    Unfortunately I have no free time, but we will resolve this problem in the near future.



    thanks, will wait for a solution


    Install version 2.3 and activate the option “Log debug information”. Then go to “Site Usage” and refresh the main page of your site. Save the file “wp-content/plugins/mystat/data/debug.log” and send it to me killer[AT] We seek the problem.


    The option “Log debug information” is activated in the menu “Configuration”. Do not forget to disable this option after sending me the file ….


    If the page with the plugin is not visible, activate and deactivate it and send these files to me.



    Ok, there is news now: still getting: Plugin could not be activated because it triggered a fatal error. BUT with more text now:

    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 122880 bytes) in /var/www/clients/client1/web7/web/wp-content/plugins/mystat/reports/Accept_Languages.class.php on line 44

    Fatal error: Class declarations may not be nested in /var/www/clients/client1/web7/web/wp-content/plugins/mystat/modules/common.class.php on line 2

    I jsut checked my server config: there is no limitation to 32MB!!! all my php limits are way higher than that…


    change line 28 in file mystat.php:
    from: ini_set(“memory_limit”,”32M”);
    to: ini_set(“memory_limit”,”128M”);

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