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- August 25, 2014 at 2:48 am #25910AlexaParticipant
I purchased Updraft Plus Premium – and I went to do one last manual backup before I moved to the premium version (which meant I had to de-activate the plugin and then delete it) – SO… hit “backup now”
Then got a fatal error:
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 41943040 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 98304 bytes) in D:\Hosting\4662999\html\wp\wp-admin\includes\post.php on line 281
I didn’t do anything else between the back up now and the error. Now I’m locked out of my WP-Admin. I tried to manually move Updraft Free to a plugins.deactivated folder on the server and it said I didn’t have access to that file.
Please help – I’m somewhat panicked –
Thank you –
I was going to use Migrator to move it to the Root folder but right now the website is here:
http://www.slatecap.com/wpAugust 25, 2014 at 3:03 am #25913AlexaParticipant
Ugh – got it. Managed to squirm my way through the dreaded GoDaddy (Client’s choice – not mine!) to the wp-config file and made the memory change. Sorry to panic the forum! :)August 25, 2014 at 9:15 am #25973udadminKeymaster
For anyone else reading this – if your WordPress setup is set up with a really low memory limit, then you’re likely to see out-of-memory errors once you install more than a handful of plugins (any plugins – not UD specifically). To fix it, add this to your wp-config.php:
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