• Resolved victor50g

    (@victor50g)


    Got an error backing uptoday:
    [09-May-2019 18:00:55] FOUT: Allowed memory size of 268 435 456 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 1 160 473 200 bytes)
    Finally it produces a backup of 1.7 Kb (normally 2.4 Mb) and uploads it.

    WordPress version 5.2
    BackWPup versie 3.6.9 .
    PHP version 7.0.33 (64bit)
    MySQL version 10.3.9-MariaDB
    MySQL-client encoding utf8
    PHP memory limit 512M
    WP-memory limit 512M
    WP max memprylimit 256M
    Memory in use 58,00 MB

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  • Andreas W.

    (@aweissinpsyde)

    Hello @victor50g

    can you please try to increase the PHP memory limit to 1024MB

    Thread Starter victor50g

    (@victor50g)

    Hi Andreas, I looked at all kinds of settings. In my hosting provider setup it says (php) memory_limit 128M, A value I can’t change. Maybe I could add some line in WP-config but I can’t really see why, because it used to work before the update. Also, the error doesn’t mention PHP.

    Thread Starter victor50g

    (@victor50g)

    On second thought: may be roll back to previous version?

    Plugin Support BWU support

    (@duongcuong96)

    Hi @victor50g
    Hmm, I don’t think downgrade could help, but could you please try?
    just install WP Rollback plugin to see if it works?
    If it works, I will report the issue to our devs.
    Thank you!

    Thread Starter victor50g

    (@victor50g)

    Hi, I tried it and it didn’t work. As my hosting provider has a backup system installed there is no need to search for the cause, probably some other update. As there is no log of updates (or is there?) I don’t know which one it could be. The nice thing was that your plugin automatically downloaded to my local NAS, but I can live without it. For now I keep it installed but all backups are disabled.

    Plugin Support BWU support

    (@duongcuong96)

    Hi @victor50g
    Sorry about the delayed response, maybe you can find the root cause by making some troubleshooting using https://wordpress.org/plugins/health-check/.
    so after install and enabled troubleshooting mode, just activate only BackWPUp plugin then try if it caused the mem issue, if not, try activate other plugins one by one and test again to find which caused the issue.
    Hope that could help 🙂

    Thread Starter victor50g

    (@victor50g)

    Sorry at this moment I don’t have time for more experimenting.

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