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When working with php programs on your hosting server, you will inevitably run into errors. One of the more common errors is the "Allowed memory size" error. This error simply means that the program needs to have more memory allotted to it. Below is an example of the error:
To fix the error, we will need to increase the allowe memory in your php.ini file. This is found in your hosting account folders. Below are the instructions to guide you on how to fix the php memory error in your php.ini file.
If you have set the memory limit as high as 512M and are still getting the error, it is possible the program you are using has some sort of override for this setting. In that case, please contact our Live Support team and they will be happy to look into the issue further.
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