[wp-trac] Re: [WordPress Trac] #3141: explicit memory check before starting install

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Sat Jan 12 05:06:46 GMT 2008

#3141: explicit memory check before starting install
 Reporter:  looksaus          |        Owner:  ffemtcj 
     Type:  defect            |       Status:  assigned
 Priority:  normal            |    Milestone:  2.5     
Component:  Administration    |      Version:  2.1     
 Severity:  normal            |   Resolution:          
 Keywords:  has-patch tested  |  
Changes (by darkdragon):

  * keywords:  has-patch needs-testing => has-patch tested


 I tested the patch against low memory limit and it increased the memory
 limit to {{{32MiB}}}.

 I've found that PHP systems that don't have {{{--enable-memory-limit}}}
 while PHP was installed won't benefit from this system. Also, those PHP
 hosts that disable {{{ini_set()}}} will not benefit.

 I believe that it won't be a problem, since the functions make checks to
 see if increasing the memory is available and do nothing it is isn't. So
 those systems where either ini_set() is disabled or {{{--enable-memory-
 limit}}} wasn't used during the PHP install won't be affected.

 If someone can confirm, then I think the patch will be a good jump start
 towards improving the memory limit

Ticket URL: <http://trac.wordpress.org/ticket/3141#comment:34>
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