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08/25/2014 10:16:03 AM (10 years ago)
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  • Ticket #29341, comment 3

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    33I just Googled the exact phrase "Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 41943040 bytes exhausted" - 46,100 results. And presumably that's the tip of the iceberg (since presumably most people made do with one of those results instead of adding a new one!).
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    5 The default memory_limit setting in PHP 5.4 is 128Mb, according to #21646. I think WP is being unnecessarily hyper-conservative by edging the setting up to 40Mb if it finds something lower. Anything less than 128Mb is still very conservative, based on the PHP defaults. But is bordering on useless.
     5The default memory_limit setting in PHP 5.4 is 128Mb, according to #21646. I think WP is being hyper-conservative by edging the setting up to 40Mb if it finds something lower. Anything less than 128Mb is very conservative, based on the PHP defaults. But 40Mb in 2014 is approaching useless.