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php memory

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memory_get_usage() is used to retrieve the memory allocated to php only (or your running script). but intuitively, many people expect to get the memory usage of the system, based on the name of the function. so if you need the overall memory usage, following function might be helpful. if retrieves the memory usage either 

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note: increasing 'phpmemory limit' is different from increasing 'phpupload' size limit. you can learn to increase upload size here. the standard php memory requirements for drupal core are a bare minimum. sites that run many contrib modules, or particularly memoryintensive ones, will need more.

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php memory_limit is perscript, just as a highway speed limit is pervehicle. what happens when a web host blames php memory_limit setting for memory usage issues on a linux web server. for example, although php's memory limit may be set high to gb, that does not mean that scripts will pile up in 

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if you have seen an error like “fatal error: __php allowed memory size exhausted” in apache logs or in your browser, this means that php has exhausted the maximum memory limit. this post will show different ways on how you can increase the php memory limit and also explain when you should use 

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how are you trying to set the memory limit? phpinfo() shows current php reserved memory limit, this is what is available due to php.ini having that set as a memory limit. writing this to apache .htaccess in your script directory might work, if your server supports setting php commands through .htaccess:

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what we'll cover together memory , what's that ? bytes, stack, heap, etc. measuring a process memory consumption memory image map analysis understanding php memory consumption zend memory manager coming measuring php memory consumption from php land or from system 

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every installation of php comes with default settings which are usually fine for most websites. occasionally, the needs of a website makes it necessary to adjust these php settings. for example, your site may need to increase the memory limit to allow a process to complete. in that case, you would need to 

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edit your wpconfig.php file. add this to the very bottom, right before the line that says, “happy blogging”: define('wp_memory_limit', 'm');. wordpress memory can be different from the server you need to set this regardless of server memory settings. codex.wordpress.org/editing_wpconfig.php# 

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any time a client makes a request to your web server, and php handles it, it spawns off a php process. the job of this php process is to obviously generate some html to throw back at the client the php process provides a runtime to a php script that should be doing that. the memory limit is the 

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mai you could be doing everything right, but sometimes wordpress still displays errors. not to worry, though. it may not be your fault and there's an easy fix. by default, wordpress has a modest limit for uploading images, videos, and other files. it's a similar story for your php memory limit, which helps you run