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[Resolved] Memory Exhausted Errors trying to Re-Install because of Site Tracking

  • Avatar of faeronsayn
    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    Okay, I had first installed buddypress quite a while a go. Then I had decided to remove it, I deleted it’s tables from the database but didn’t touch the anything in the wp_options value. I’ve now tried to install the latest version of buddypress on wordpress 3.5 and I’ve been repeatedly getting the memory exhausted errors on the meta.php file on line 571 I believe.

    I’ve also been getting memory exhausted errors on the wp-db.php file I believe. I’ve gotten to the point where i’ve increased my memory in the wp-config.php to 512M and also changed my php.ini files memory to 1024M. None of which helped at all, I obviously started with lower memory allocation when it didn’t work I periodically increased the memory which still didn’t work.

    Then I went ahead and removed the buddypress options in the wp_options table. This allowed me to be able to get into my admin interface, there when I started enabling components all of them were enabled and I recognized that the Site Wide Tracking component was causing the issues. Everytime I tried to enable it, it would start popping up with the memory exhausted errors.

    I also recognized wherever I tried to reinstall buddypress the database tables were not being created either, the wp_bp_[tables] I just couldn’t see them.

    I hope someone could help here, I’ve spent a few days trying to get this to work on my site, with no success. I have approx. 8000 posts on the site, I’m not sure if that would be an issue.

    Also when other components are enabled and site wide tracking is disabled, the site is extremely buggy and almost nothing works for buddypress on the front end anyways.

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    Paul Gibbs
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    @djpaul

    Are you positive that the increase to the php memory limit actually took affect? How did you verify — by looking at php_info()? If that checks out, ask your web host if their PHP has a hard cap on the memory limit. It is possible to configure PHP to use a set size of memory, but for it to report a larger value in places like php_info().

    Avatar of faeronsayn
    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    I’ve had it previously set to 256M which I thought would be enough, I don’t understand why I would need more than that much memory. All the resources i’ve looked at for buddypress they all recommend about 128M.

    Avatar of faeronsayn
    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    I feel like it’s more of a problem with the fact that the installation is not creating any tables in my database. But that could be because it’s not being executed properly.

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    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    When I have buddypress turned on I get all sorts of errors when I try to do certain things.

    For example, when I try to post a status, the following error pops up

    Fatal error: Call to undefined function vt_resize() in /home2/username/public_html/wp-content/themes/salutation/framework/theme-functions/buddypress.php on line 78

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    @mercime
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    @mercime

    @faeronsayn your issues are related to your theme Mingle/Salutation. Google for the first part of your fatal error https://www.google.com/search?q=Call+to+undefined+function+vt_resize&ie=utf-8

    Change to bp-default theme and see if the issue is resolved.

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    faeronsayn
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    @faeronsayn

    @mercime

    Thank you, I was able to fix this through updating the theme as well :)

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    @mercime
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    @mercime

    @faeronsayn You’re welcome. Glad the issue was resolved. Posting what error/s showed up will always help others help you :-) Cheers.

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