Unable to post thread

Discussion in 'Feedback' started by Nesacat, Mar 1, 2009.

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    Nesacat

    Nesacat The Cat

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    I've been trying for most of the day to post a new thread under General Book Discussion and keep getting this error message:

    Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 35 bytes) in /home/sffchron/public_html/forum/includes/functions_search.php on line 196

    Is it just my PC?
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    GOLLUM

    GOLLUM Moderator Staff Member

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    Not sure Nesa.

    I just created a test thread under GB with no problems but then I'm a moderator for that area so maybe you need to see if a general user has the same problem.

    Sorry I can't help further but I've got to get some sleep right about now...

    I'm sure you can post a query to one of the other mods when they appear online.

    BTW check your PMs re Bolano and Allende.

    Cheers and good luck....:)
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    j d worthington

    j d worthington Moderator Staff Member

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    Moving to feedback, where it will be more likely to garner the proper responses....
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    Nesacat

    Nesacat The Cat

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    Oops and thank you kindly JD :) I knew there was a proper place for the thread but was all flustered by the fatal error.
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    Dave

    Dave Wherever I Am, I'm There Staff Member

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    Sorry, but I can't reciprocate the problem myself either. I would guess therefore that it must have been some kind of temporary Server glitch, rather than a software problem that would need addressing. If it still continues to happen let us know because Brian would need to look at the garbled code.
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    Nesacat

    Nesacat The Cat

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    Thanks Dave ... rather unnerving being told by the masheen that I'd caused some fatal error.

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