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I have a pretty modest drupal site in both terms of size and complexity, I am receiving the following error a lot when trying to delete content:
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 100663296 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 28064 bytes) in /home/beathoke/public_html/includes/image.gd.inc on line 190
I know this is to do with the GD image toolkit, I am on shared hosting and this is obviously exceeding the memory limits imposed by the host. What I dont fully understand is that this operation will throw up this error when no other users or guests are using the site, all I'm trying to do is delete content and surely the site is under very little stress resource wise? As you can guess the only suggestion from my webhost is to upgrade to VPS hosting, but is it really necessary to be on a dedicated or VPS server to host a small site with what currently stands at about 100 unique visits per day?