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php DomPDF Allowed memory exhausted?


No, 64M is not sufficient hence the "Allowed memory"-error. You have to find the php.ini of the CLI and change it there. The alternative is to change the setting via command line - like php -d memory_limit=256M /path/to/your/php-file. A segmentation fault occurs when a program tries to access invalid memory. It's likely a problem with the PHP-interpreter itself. It would be hard to find the reason, even with shell-access.

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php DomPDF Allowed memory exhausted?


No, 64M is not sufficient hence the "Allowed memory"-error. You have to find the php.ini of the CLI and change it there. The alternative is to change the setting via command line - like php -d memory_limit=256M /path/to/your/php-file. A segmentation fault occurs when a program tries to access invalid memory. It's likely a problem with the PHP-interpreter itself. It would be hard to find the reason, even with shell-access.

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