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I have a very strange problem: I get a WSOD or a PHP error (
Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 32006063 bytes) regardless of the memory_limit set in php.ini (on both the server and my local machine) when attempting to access the modules admin page.
After I deleted a few of the nodes, such as Devel and the Drupal Firebug helper module, the page loads no problem.
I know someone will ask, so yes, I confirmed with a call to phpinfo() that the memory_limit increase (up to 4 GB) was in fact taking. I set it back to 128M and deleted the modules and poof, the modules page loaded again.
I almost feel as if this should be reported as a Drupal bug because there MUST be a better way to load that page.
Any ideas on how to resolve this issue? I would clearly like to be able to access/use all modules and continue adding more. I have a site with many more modules than this, but it is still on Drupal 5.x, whereas this site is using the very latest (6.12).
I can post my php.ini file if it would help.
Are there any other php.ini settings I can tweak to try and get that page loading w/o deleting modules?
Thanks in advanced,