Fatal error: Allowed memory size using hummingbird

Hi best Support Team ever,

I am facing a massive Hummingbird issue, since my site is reported down several times. After an Update in the last days, there were several problems all of a sudden (Gravity Forms quit working, revslider display problems, WMT does not find the site upon "Crawling like google", Site got dramatically slow loading 16 seconds and so on).

Here is the error message:
"Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 2147483648 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 594454608 bytes) in /usr/www/users/musikzr/wp-content/plugins/wp-hummingbird/core/modules/minify/class-minify-group.php on line 1274"

Had a chat with Majid from your team last night, we checked several possible causes like plugin conflicts and so on - nothing wrong here. So presumably there is an issue with our switch to SSL in late March, as minor issues occurred from then, getting worse now.

Since we are facing one of our main events we desperately need the working site to manage kids registration for our summercamp (btw: the new page musikzentrale.net/sommercamp was the first one, where the errors happened with not showing forms)

So your help is really appreciated, thanks for taking care of us.

Best regards, Sebastian

  • Sebastian

    Hm, hosting company blames bad plugin scripts for issues. Natural hoster answer

    Here is what P3 says, obviously siteguarding is the #1 :

    Plugin list:
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    P3 (Plugin Performance Profiler) - 0.0257 sec - 2.07%
    Gravity Forms - 0.0456 sec - 3.67%
    All In One Wp Security And Firewall - 0.0120 sec - 0.97%
    Compact Wp Audio Player - 0.0005 sec - 0.04%
    Duplicate Post - 0.0027 sec - 0.22%
    Duplicate Widget - 0.0008 sec - 0.06%
    Easy Google Fonts - 0.0145 sec - 1.17%
    EventON - 0.0434 sec - 3.49%
    EventON - Event Lists - 0.0009 sec - 0.07%
    EventON - Event Photos - 0.0015 sec - 0.12%
    EventON - Event Slider - 0.0015 sec - 0.12%
    EventON - Full cal - 0.0036 sec - 0.29%
    EventON - RSVP Events - 0.0058 sec - 0.47%
    Eventon Slider Addon - 0.0114 sec - 0.91%
    EventON - Speakers & Schedule - 0.0046 sec - 0.37%
    EventON - Event Tickets - 0.0051 sec - 0.41%
    Forms For Campaign Monitor - 0.0147 sec - 1.18%
    Google Analytics + - 0.0049 sec - 0.39%
    Hustle - 0.0589 sec - 4.74%
    Loco Translate - 0.0025 sec - 0.20%
    Really Simple SSL pro - 0.0017 sec - 0.14%
    Really Simple Ssl - 0.0040 sec - 0.32%
    Redirection - 0.0031 sec - 0.25%
    Slider Revolution Backup Add-on - 0.0006 sec - 0.05%
    Slider Revolution WP Gallery Add-On - 0.0389 sec - 3.13%
    Revslider Rel Posts Addon - 0.0017 sec - 0.13%
    Slider Revolution - 0.0747 sec - 6.01%
    Snapshot Pro - 0.0199 sec - 1.60%
    SiteOrigin CSS - 0.0039 sec - 0.32%
    Spam Destroyer - 0.0009 sec - 0.07%
    SVG Support - 0.0014 sec - 0.11%
    Ultimate Branding - 0.0073 sec - 0.59%
    UpdraftPlus - Backup/Restore - 0.0053 sec - 0.43%
    Vendidero Helper - 0.0044 sec - 0.35%
    WooCommerce Customizer - 0.0007 sec - 0.05%
    WooCommerce Germanized Pro - 0.0145 sec - 1.16%
    WooCommerce Germanized - 0.0303 sec - 2.44%
    WooCommerce - 0.2074 sec - 16.70%
    Wordpress Seo Premium - 0.0627 sec - 5.05%
    WP Antivirus Site Protection (by SiteGuarding.com) - 0.4171 sec - 33.57%
    WP Clean Up - 0.0004 sec - 0.03%
    Hummingbird Pro - 0.0436 sec - 3.51%
    WP Overview (lite) MU - 0.0004 sec - 0.03%
    Wp Smush Pro - 0.0093 sec - 0.75%
    Wpmudev Updates - 0.0277 sec - 2.23%

    Any ideas for an alternative virus scanner?
    Thanks for your permanent help, really feels good.
    Best regards
    Sebastian

  • Adam Czajczyk

    Hello Sebastian,

    I looks like that antivirus plugin is the biggest "resource eater", indeed. Personally, I'm not familiar with this particular one so I'm not sure how it really performs and how much it helps but I think you might try our own Defender instead. In fact, any plugin that does some intensive scanning, will use a lot of resources - at least during scan - but hopefully it will be less "resurce hungry"

    Best regards,
    Adam