How to Fix “Fatal Error: Memory Exhausted Error” Using cPanel

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Fatal Error: Memory Exhausted Error:

 Most of the open source software like WordPress, Joomla etc.. facing this php “Fatal Error: Memory Exhausted Error”. Increasing the memory limit is the first solution to this error. The memory_limit can be changed through the php.ini file in the public_html folder in your hosting account.

Follow these Steps to increase the default Memory limit through php.ini file

Step 1: Login cPanel account and open the File manager from the files section.


Step 2: Navigate the root directory/public_html and you can see the available file and folders.


Step 3: Select the php.ini file and edit the php.ini file, you can use either right-click or use the Edit option shown in the menu bar.


Step 4: A new pop-up will appears to confirm that you want to edit the file by clicking on the Edit button.


Step 5: A new tab will open in your browser and find the memory_limit with help of search option(ctrl+f) and change the default memory limit and click the save the change button.
Example: Try to increase the memory_limit value to 512M


After changing the memory limit run your website if no errors occur again, congrats you have successfully fixed the issue.

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