The exact problem is that I am getting this strange error in the admin section of my wordrpress based website when I try to view all the pages I have created.
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 4096 bytes) in /home/mananato/public_html/wp-includes/cache.php on line 505
I did some research about the issue and about the possible solutions for it. What I came to know is that I am getting this error because the memory allocated to my website is not enough any more and I need to increase it to a reasonable value. And to solve this error, I need to increase the memory allocated to php that my website uses. This thing has made me think about a lot of questions like:
- How is memory allocated to different services in a shared hosting scenario?
- Does a shared hosting scenario have a single or multiple installs of required tools like php, mysql?
- Whether the installation of tools is single or multiple, how are the resources of the server distributed?
- What are the effects of increasing the resources to a service on other services hosted on the same shared server?
And many more.......
So I decided to open a topic about it and place it in the "Internet and Websites" category so that it becomes a general issue that is not related to my website or astahost.
Any productive addition to the topic is appreciated.