Yeah, it’s true… I finally joined twitter. Well actually, I joined for a personal account a few weeks ago (as my Facebook friends know), but in an attempt to motivate me to update this blog more often I have decided to connect it to Twitter. So here it goes…
If you want to help me test it out, tweet me (yeah, it still feels funny to say that) @alexsantidote and I’ll tweet something back. If you follow me and you’re cool, I’ll probably follow you back (don’t be offended if I don’t follow back right away though, I am still new to this).
So I noticed yesterday that a newer version of WordPress was available. I clicked on the upgrade link and proceeded as usual until I was presented with the following error:
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 2515174 bytes) in /var/www/usr/htdocs/wordpress/wp-includes/http.php on line 1327
This appeared very odd to me at first… 33,554,432 bytes allowed, but when it attempted to allocate only 2,515,174 bytes it caused a fatal error? Well as strange as that looks, there’s an easy fix…
(note, I assume you already backed up your DB and existing wordpress installation — proceed at your own risk)
To Fix*: (assuming you want to use the auto-upgrade feature still