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9 years 5 months ago #1 by laurelle
Replied by laurelle on topic SOLVED Plugin Conflict
Hi Steve,

Glad that it is still working for you at the lower memory level.

I have had this problem with some Joomla! extensions in the past. But it has usually been when you install the extension. Virtuemart can give these errors if you don't have enough memory.

Cheers.

Laurelle
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9 years 5 months ago #2 by karaokeamerica
I reduced it to the 32MB you originally mentioned and it still works so I will leave it at that. I am no web server expert either and never would have thought of that being the issue if you hadn't mentioned it. Having used tons of Joomla extensions over the years, this is the first time that I have had one that was fixed by doing that. Generally it is script/bug problem.

Thanks again!

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9 years 5 months ago #3 by laurelle
Replied by laurelle on topic SOLVED Plugin Conflict
Hi Steve,

It is a balancing act trying to get the memory limit so it isn't to large, but large enough to run the software. The larger the memory limit the bigger performance hit you take for each php script that is running on the server. Which is why some hosts limits the memory to 8MB.

One host that I am with suggested that you should try to stay at or under 40k so you don't loose performance of your server.

I am not an expert on server performance and balancing, you would need to find someone knowledgable on that to answer if 64 MB is to large or not.

Glad that fixed the problem,
Laurelle

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9 years 5 months ago #4 by karaokeamerica
laurelle wrote:

Hi Steve,

I have installed Advanced Module Manager on one of my systems. When I enable the kc_admin_quickicon module a system error is generated, but without an error message. I have put in a forum post on the Advanced Module Manager support forum about that problem.

But when I go to the control panel and click the kc_admin_quickicon shortcut to the Advanced Module Mgr it works fine for me without the error that you got below.

If you look at the error it is an Advanced Module Mgr error saying that the PHP memory is to low.

What version of PHP are you using? What is your PHP memory limit set to? To find the answer to these questions go to Help > System Info > PHP Information. The php version number is in the header and scroll down to memory_limit and see what it is set to. It should be at least 32 MB.

Thanks for reporting the problem.

Laurelle

Yes, I modified my PHP.ini to increase memory_limit to 64MB and it works fine now. Is there any drawback to having such a large memory limit?

Thanks!

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9 years 5 months ago #5 by laurelle
Replied by laurelle on topic SOLVED Plugin Conflict
Hi Steve,

I have installed Advanced Module Manager on one of my systems. When I enable the kc_admin_quickicon module a system error is generated, but without an error message. I have put in a forum post on the Advanced Module Manager support forum about that problem.

But when I go to the control panel and click the kc_admin_quickicon shortcut to the Advanced Module Mgr it works fine for me without the error that you got below.

If you look at the error it is an Advanced Module Mgr error saying that the PHP memory is to low.

What version of PHP are you using? What is your PHP memory limit set to? To find the answer to these questions go to Help > System Info > PHP Information. The php version number is in the header and scroll down to memory_limit and see what it is set to. It should be at least 32 MB.

Thanks for reporting the problem.

Laurelle

Laurelle
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Keashly.ca Consulting

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9 years 5 months ago - 9 years 3 months ago #6 by karaokeamerica
Joomla! version 1.5.15

I use the latest version of "Advanced Module Manager" by nonumber.nl and when I installed and enabled your module I get this error when trying to access my newly created shortcut:

"Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 18874368 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 800627 bytes) in {SITEROOT}/plugins/system/advancedmodules/helper.php on line 173"

If I disable AMM your shortcut works fine. I don't know for sure that the issue is with your extension as opposed to his, however, I didn't have any issues with AMM and any other extensions before yours was installed.

Thanks for the help.......Steve
Last edit: 9 years 3 months ago by laurelle.

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