Autoblogging Host Question

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  1. spsfinest

    spsfinest Junior Member

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    I'm currently using Justhost and today while trying too set up my first autoblog I realized the server memory was too low and my plugins won't work. I did a little looking in a old autoblog host thread on BHW and realized I should have gotten my own server not shared but its too late for that.

    However, my question is is there a way too use a free host like 000webhost for autoblogging?
     
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    gundamwing Supreme Member

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    dont use freehost for autoblog
    sharehosting makesure not overload post every day
    min 1post/category 1day
     
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    When I was trying too submit my wp-o-matic campaign it said

    "Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 4194304 bytes) in"

    This is my first blog so WTF is going on am I doing something wrong?
     
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    charly007 Newbie

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    try to increase the max memory allowed in your htaccess file?
     
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    justhost isn't good for autoblog ?
     
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    You are not running out of memory, your script is using more than allowed for a single instance (dunno what your contract says exactly).


    Do you have access to the php.ini ? In this case change the ini and upgrade memory if you want your scripts to be able to consume more (30MB is already a good bit of memory)
    look for "memory_limit"

    alternative you can try change the setting in an .htaccess file:
    "php_value memory_limit XXM"

    You can also try change the php source and add: "ini_set('memory_limit', 'XXM');"


    replace XX with the new value of your choice.
     
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    I just lowered the number posts from 10 too 2 and I'm just running three campaigns so I still get a fair amount of posts per day.

    I looked at getting a dedicated server through them and they referred me too some company that wants $149/month :rolleyes: definitely not going too buy that.