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[Plugin: WordPress SEO by Yoast] BuddyPress breaks it

  • After updating BuddyPress to the Yoast feed on the Dashboard breaks, showing this error:

    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 3257 bytes) in /home/server/public_html/example.com/public/wp-includes/class-simplepie.php on line 14403

    Turning off WordPress SEO ‘solves’ the problem


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  • You need to increase your WP memory …

    Whoa! Mr. diesel12 — while I appreciate the goodwill embodied in your suggestion — Dilating the memory as the first resort when two plugins have a conflict is neither practical nor prudent. Particularly when the benefit derived is so insignificant (The Yoast feed on the dashboard is inessential).

    My site’s users don’t need WordPress SEO; they do need BuddyPress. I’ll just leave WordPress SEO deactivated until this problem is resolved.

    There is something broken here and it needs to be fixed: That is why I have posted a bug report here.

    @cinemainima: I might be off on this but it looks like you’ve only got 32 mb of memory allocated, which I would consider very much so on the low side … I personally wouldn’t opt for less than 128 myself with buddy press … but that’s just my personal preference … If you had 128 mb and were still getting memory errors, that would be one thing, but in this case it looks like you may have an amount much lower than I think a lot of people would suggest using …. just my two cents, worth what you paid for it. 🙂

    Thanks — but — we’ve had zero problems — for years — under our plain-vanilla set up: It works just fine; there is no need to fix something that is not broken.

    A minor conflict between two plugins has been identified, however; and I am reporting it here.

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