While upgrading WordPress to the latest version or installing a new plugin, “Allowed Memory Exhausted Error” is a common error. In the error message, it says
"Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 1966080 bytes) in /hosting-path/wp-includes/file-name.php on line 5353".
If it happens, here is a simple fix:
- Log in to your hosting file system using any FTP software.
- Download wp-config.php file from home directory.
- Open the file using any PHP Editor.
- Write down the following line of code just imidiately after 1st line. Usually first line should have
<?on the file.
- Save and Close the file.
- Upload and overwrite the existing file.
This piece of code will increase the memory allocated by PHP and allow WordPress to handle large files to execute.
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