November 14, 2013
I wonder whether anyone can help. NB I’m not technically stupid but I can only read basic code.
I’ve been having a discussion about my PHP limitation with Dreamhost recently and they tell me I’m regularly exceeding my limit, despite the site currently functioning on a skeleton service to try to combat downtime. It’s incredibly frustrating and Dreamhost are, in this case, being really unhelpful and unclear.
Dreamhost have changed their tune several times now and I have a theory they’re covering up a problem at their end. However, they most recently claimed that the issue is plugins, having previously gone from embeds to design (which was weird) to multiple sites on one account (I have one) to broken code (web developer checked and there is none). I have five plugins currently installed: Askimet, the All in One SEO Pack, Wordpress.com Stats, WP Minify and WP Super Cache. Dreamhost suggest it’s the All in One causing the issue.
There’s a reason I’ve included All in One in my skeleton service – it’s super helpful, as I’m sure you know, and to be honest without it or something like it I don’t see much point in running the site. I really want to keep it. If it’s causing the problem, I’d like to fix it, and if it’s not causing the problem, I’d really appreciate any help you can give me in isolating what is.
See my latest Dreamhost transcript below.
Wed Nov 13 10:10:40 2013 procwatch3 INFO: PID 25932 (php5.cgi) drunkenwerewolf:pg4618632: killed for uid ram Wed Nov 13 10:10:50 2013 procwatch3 INFO: PID 25917 (php5.cgi) drunkenwerewolf:pg4618632: killed for uid ram Wed Nov 13 10:10:50 2013 procwatch3 INFO: PID 25968 (php5.cgi) drunkenwerewolf:pg4618632: killed for uid ram Wed Nov 13 18:48:56 2013 procwatch3 INFO: PID 26596 (php5.cgi) drunkenwerewolf:pg4618632: killed for uid ram It appears that you might need to now try disabling all plugins to see what plugin is causing this to occur. Plugins like all-in-one-seo-pack and social-networks-auto-poster-facebook-twitter-g are the most likely the main culprits of the memory being exceeded. If you don't yet want to upgrade to a VPS you will need to find the plugin that is causing this and then remove it. If you have any other questions let us know and we will assist you further.
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