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WordPress : Error in your WordPress logs

Last modified: July 2, 2022
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WordPress: Error in your WordPress logs

There is always a potential that WordPress will have issues or bugs because no programme is faultless. While generally helpful and necessary, the majority of its users add various themes and plugins to the site. Compatibility difficulties and other unanticipated concerns may emerge from this.

In addition, there are several internet resources available to you if you encounter WordPress issues or difficulties. To receive help, you must first identify the true nature of the issue. Therefore, it’s crucial for users to be able to do some fundamental problem-solving.

You must first activate your WordPress logs before you can start debugging. This is because it will enable you to identify the mistakes that are the root of your current issues. Additionally, WordPress logs may be used to trace problems back to their origin. Once you have that information, addressing the problem will be lot easier.

If you are encountering the similar scenario below in your WordPress logs, please follow the guide :


ALERT – script tried to increase memory_limit to 268435456 bytes which is above the allowed value (attacker ‘x.x.x.x‘, file ‘/home/<username>/public_html/<domain name>/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-seo-pack/all_in_one_seo_pack.php’, line 120) or suhosin[4652]: ALERT - script tried to increase memory_limit to 268435456 bytes which is above the allowed value (attacker 'xx.xx.xx.xx.', file '', line 109)


To fix this problem, set a Max Memory Limit in the WP Config file.

>> define('WP_MAX_MEMORY_LIMIT', '128M');

If you need more information, you may refer to WP’s Support Forum

Why You Should Set Up WordPress Error Logs in WP-Config?

Do you still have second thoughts about setting up your WordPress logs? Please take a moment to read the following.

First off, the wp-config.php file is a WordPress configuration file that contains important WordPress settings. Actually, these configurations might instruct your website on how to connect to your WordPress database. To make your WordPress site more more secure, they will also advise you on the database table prefix to use and generate authentication keys.

The wp-config file allows us to declare a number of additional parameters in addition to the usual WordPress settings. Additionally, it may activate the debugging mode for WordPress and preserve error reports.

This aids in locating the plugins or scripts responsible for the issues. Then, you may move on and come up with a fix for those WordPress errors.

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