I recently installed my WordPress site on my host’s server, Innerplanet. At first I got a “resource limit reached” error, but then after some time, the site became partially visible but not after an extremely long load time (over 10 seconds).
After scouring the forums, I did the following:
1) Added a php.ini file with code:
memory_limit = 256M ;
to wp-admin folder
2) updated the wp-config.php file as well with
3) deactivated most plugins, but kept WooCommerce active.
My host says the PHP memory limit is set to 256M. They say I’m hitting the RAM/CPU limits of the server, which is 1GB. This has happened only since the new install. They say, “This is due to a bug in the software being ran under your account, non optimized scripts, or a very high amount of traffic to the website.” Since this happened at 12:30 am my time, it is NOT due to high amount of traffic.
So, none of the above fixes worked, and my host is saying the PHP memory limit is not the issue.
Additionally, the error log in cPanel states:
“/home/xxxxxx/public_html/.htaccess: Invalid command ‘php_value’, perhaps misspelled or defined by a module not included in the server configuration”
Any help is appreciated!
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