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[Plugin: W3 Total Cache] Interesting Page Cache Error

  • jelavich
    Member

    @jelavich

    We’ll have these posts which get a large number of comments, and finally they hit some wall and we get errors like this:

    [Mon Sep 13 05:05:48 2010] [error] [client 64.236.128.62] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 52428800 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 275282 bytes) in /home/unprofes/www/wp-content/plugins/w3-total-cache/inc/define.php on line 233. That line is checking to see if the content is xml or html.

    That’s fine, I can resize my server to get more space and see what is happening. But what’s interesting is I could not figure out what caching method was causing this (page cache, database, etc), so I disabled *all* the caching, and I was still getting this message.

    I ended up having to Deactivate the plugin to make the error message go away.

    Two things: 1) This seems to be a slightly excessive way to check for xml vs. http, by reading the entire string. May be better off grabbing the first chunk of data; and 2) Why did I have to deactivate the plugin and not just disable it to make it stop executing part of its code?

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  • Plugin Author Frederick Townes
    Member

    @fredericktownes

    Did you disable minify? Did you increase PHP memory limit?

    Plugin Author Frederick Townes
    Member

    @fredericktownes

    Did you disable HTML minify?

    jelavich
    Member

    @jelavich

    Hi

    Minify is disabled. The only options enabled are “Page Cache”, “Object Cache”, and “Browser Cache”. In fact, when I get this error, I tried to turn off the other three options, but I still received the error. I had to deactivate the plug-in to make that error stop.

    As for increasing php memory, I’m working on this.

    thanks

    Plugin Author Frederick Townes
    Member

    @fredericktownes

    Ok.

    2) Why did I have to deactivate the plugin and not just disable it to make it stop executing part of its code?

    Is changed in the next release.

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