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Flushing cache always causes fatal error on one site, not other


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froburg

Community Member, 8 Posts

16 January 2008 at 2:53pm

Edited: 16/01/2008 2:54pm

Hey all,

I have two Silverstripe sites hosted on different accounts on the same server. The one has no problems (doesn't bring up a fatal error when I append ?flush=1) to the end of the URL, and the other does. The other one usually works, but occasionally gives me a fatal error when the site is loaded, and ALWAYS does when ?flush=1 is added onto an URL. The site that throws me the error must be using more memory, right? What does my hosting provider (or me) need to change to fix it?

The site with no problems is www.jfsyork.org
The site with problems is www.stayingconnectedyork.org

See www.stayingconnectedyork.org/phpinfo.php for phpinfo(). The hosting company is T35.

I've been talking with the hosting company via a support ticket. You can see the ticket here: http://www.t35.com/hd/ticket.php?track=G5465VQL6

Anyone have any suggestions?