Update from 5.7.5.8 to 5.7.5.13 not working

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Hi when I try and download the update for 5.7.5.13 to update from 5.7.5.8 I get error message:

An unexpected error occurred.
Allowed memory size of 94371840 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 41015226 bytes)

???

Any feedback would be great thanks !!!

melange
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melange replied on at Permalink Reply
melange
Hi all,

Just a bump on this one as trying to use new feature with the upgrade ? Any thoughts ?

Thanks heaps

Darren
melange replied on at Permalink Reply
melange
Some told me it might be a RAM issue [ this would have to do with my server which is with dreamhost ] they said you might be able to tweak it in php.ini [ which I have no idea what that means ] my thinking was that i might need to pay for more RAM from server just a thought not sure ??
Gondwana replied on at Permalink Reply
Gondwana
Probably memory being exhaused when creating thumbnails. Nothing needs to be bought, but php needs to be configured to allow it to use more.

There's a chance that an alternative php image module might behave better.

This is probably a job for your developer.
melange replied on at Permalink Reply
melange
Hi,

I have instructions on how to modify the php and was just about to start. I tried to run update again and looked like it was working . But now when I click update concrete 5 I get this [ see attached image ]
melange replied on at Permalink Reply
melange
At this stage the error was [ An unexpected error occurred.
> Allowed memory size of 94371840 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate
> 41015226 bytes " I am looking at the phprc file to adjust memory size I get this file saying ; {{{ The following lines were automatically added by DreamHost
zend_extension=opcache.so
; }}} That's all from DreamHost
upload_max_filesize = 100M
post_max_size = 105M
max_execution_time = 500
max_input_time = 500
memory_limit = 256M [ Which one would I edit ? } Any thoughts ? hmmm
melange replied on at Permalink Reply
melange
Solved edit to PHP file memory increase worked and upgrade applied.
Sorry for the cross posting on this topic