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I am using the latest ee version and cartthrob 8 all was just upgraded today.
After I pay using paypal standard I get the error:
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of …… bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 262144 bytes) in /home/sitename/public_html/ststem/user/addons/cartthrob/build/omnipay/common/src/Common/ParametersTrait.php on line 35
Has anyone else encountered this or know how to fix it.
The site logs the purchase to the backend and the money comes out of the account and paypal sends an email however the site does not send and email and the site is on sitedomain/index.php/store/checkout rather than going to sitedomain/store/order_info
Any help would be greatly appreciated.
Can you try bumping up available memory for the site, most of my EE sites run 128mb or 256mb. In my experience some modules like Cartthrob can need it. I’d guess the email isn’t sent because Cartthrob hasn’t got enough memory to do all its back office processes when an order is placed.
Hi guys, before coming here I had already talked to my hosting and memory limit was increased to 2048mb on the site with a post_max_size of 512 and a upload_max_filesize of 512 also so I didn’t think that the site would need more than that. This is why I had come to the conclusion that it may be some other issue that is triggering this error.