[pmwiki-users] How to fix broken RSS feed and AllRecentChanges?
charles at penrillian.com
Mon Mar 3 05:33:41 CST 2014
Thanks Petko for the response - I'm still a little baffled.
What the function seems to be doing is updating g, a static copy of most of the globals in the system. The function's called in many places, and (I believe) works in them, so it would be surprising if it was a problem with a specific global. [I don't know how to log the sizes of globals - any suggestions?]
Usually when I've encountered OOM on a specific function, it's been due to recursion happening somewhere. Could it be something to do with page redirection?
Certainly Feeds.php::HandleFeed calls FmtPageName a lot, but I can't see anything that looks recursive.
Any suggestions, anyone?
From: pmwiki-users [mailto:pmwiki-users-bounces at pmichaud.com] On Behalf Of Petko Yotov
Sent: 28 February 2014 19:27
To: pmwiki-users at pmichaud.com
Subject: Re: [pmwiki-users] How to fix broken RSS feed and AllRecentChanges?
Charles Weir writes:
> The problem (in the PHP error log) is:
> [27-Feb-2014 15:37:17] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of
> 12582912 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 7446 bytes) in C:\Program
> Files\Apache Group\Apache2\htdocs\pmwiki\pmwiki.php on line 864
> The line number varies a little (862,863,864). And I get the same
> error no matter what page I request with RSS.
> I’ve tried the two suggestions:
> * We’re now running pmwiki-2.2.61
> * The Site/AllRecentChanges is only a few lines.
> And I’m stuck. It looks to me as though the offending line is
> something to do with collecting global variables!
Yes, this is wierd. On my server I have 128 megabytes of memory, you seem to have 12 megabytes. I reduced my memory limit to 2 megabytes and I haven't seen such errors.
Do you have installed some recipes/modules or other local customizations? It looks like there are one or more global variables containing more than 12 megabytes data. If so, you can exclude them from being collected by adding something like this in config.php:
# huge variable is $myvar
$UnsafeGlobals = 'myvar';
Otherwise you can try increasing the memory limit in php.ini if you can: see http://www.pmwiki.org/wiki/Cookbook/SystemLimits .
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