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  • luvboy replied on the discussion topic Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted
    yes...after i googled/searched it, then i posted in community here its been said i need to increase the memory_limit in php.ini...that is why i'm confused view reply
  • luvboy replied on the discussion topic Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted
    wow...i finally able to access my site now but Team webgalli/Flexx can you guys tell me the reason why this happened ?? I taught it was a server error and was fighting with server support how is this related to database plugins...i'm still... view reply
  • luvboy replied on the discussion topic Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted
    dbvalidater will repair/clean up the Database and can anyone explain me how is this related to Database issue ??   view reply
  • Hello, Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 12 bytes) in $HOME/engine/lib/metadata.php on line 36 My site is working fine till now and encountered this issue which i'm not aware of it...
    • Have you googled / searched for it yet?

    • yes...after i googled/searched it, then i posted in community here

      its been said i need to increase the memory_limit in php.ini...that is why i'm confused

    • Your site tried to allocate more than 256 MB and it wasn't enough. Therefore, the error. If you have set the memory_limit too small in php.ini (or alternatively in Elgg's .htaccess file) your site won't work nicely in general. But normally 64 or 128 MB should be enough. If you have increased the memory_limit and it works fine, your done.

      But there's another reason why the allocated memory error can occur. There could be some entries getting created in the database due to a bug that sometimes occures in Elgg 1.7 (not sure you are safe in Elgg 1.8). These entries result in an ever-increasing memory consumption. You might delay the error by increasing the memory_limit. But sooner or later it might happen again that the memory is not enough.

      Cash included a script in the DB Validator plugin to address this bug (http://community.elgg.org/pg/plugins/project/438616/developer/costelloc/database-validator). Here's the release notes of the latest release:

      Added a script to clean up too many plugin_entries - a very common cause of out of memory errors for versions of Elgg < 1.8. To run this script, you must hit the URL: http//yoursite.com/mod/dbvalidate/repair.php

  • luvboy replied on the discussion topic How to change /pg/ to some other name
    I juz want to have my own naming convention for the site Thank You, its been done and implemented an easy change  for users who want to have their own naming convention, change the following line in .htaccess RewriteRule... view reply
  • luvboy added a new discussion topic How to change /pg/ to some other name in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hello, Can someone tell me how to change /pg/ to someother name like /elgg/ where is this setting done and where is checking done if it is /pg/ or /elgg/ Thanks.
    • Nomenclature such as "http://community.elgg.org/pg/forum/topic/751193/how-to-change-pg-to-some-other-name/" is part of the what Elgg has been designed.

      Why on earth do you want to change that folder naming convention ? For what purpose ?

      It can be done with some 1/2-way funky ReWrite Rules - if you're comfortable at that level of .htaccess changes ;)

       

    • I juz want to have my own naming convention for the site

      Thank You, its been done and implemented an easy change 

      for users who want to have their own naming convention, change the following line in .htaccess

      RewriteRule ^pg\/([A-Za-z0-9\_\-]+)\/(.*)$ engine/handlers/pagehandler.php?handler=$1&page=$2&%{QUERY_STRING}

      RewriteRule ^pg\/([A-Za-z0-9\_\-]+)$ engine/handlers/pagehandler.php?handler=$1&%{QUERY_STRING}

      to 

      RewriteRule ^elgg\/([A-Za-z0-9\_\-]+)\/(.*)$ engine/handlers/pagehandler.php?handler=$1&page=$2&%{QUERY_STRING}

      RewriteRule ^elgg\/([A-Za-z0-9\_\-]+)$ engine/handlers/pagehandler.php?handler=$1&%{QUERY_STRING}

      now all the redirection will happen to [root]/elgg/dashboard
      you need to change all the /pg/ to /elgg/ to work :-)

       

       

       

    • works for you ;-) and so it works ;-oO

  • luvboy replied on the discussion topic InstallationException
    yeah i've done all those which are mentioned in DuplicateInstallation  is there any changes that i need to do in .htaccess does the installation vary from server to server ?? i'm trying to setup elgg in Network Solutions server. did anyone... view reply
  • luvboy added a new discussion topic InstallationException in the group Elgg Technical Support
    Hello, I've coped all the code from local to the server, copied the database, made necessary changes in elgg_datalists when i try to login with admin credentials i'm getting this error  can anyone guide me abt this plz Type 0 is not...
    • You sure you made all the necessary changes on the database?

      You would need to change the sites entities table too and change the file path on metastrings if it exists there.

    • yeah i've done all those which are mentioned in DuplicateInstallation 

      is there any changes that i need to do in .htaccess

      does the installation vary from server to server ??

      i'm trying to setup elgg in Network Solutions server. did anyone installed elgg in Network Solutions ??