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[Resolved] Error Attempting To "view New Content"

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When clicking on "View New Content" I get the error message:

Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 5816403 bytes) in /home/renntech/public_html/forums/ips_kernel/classDb.php on line 1475

I was last logged on last night. I have cleared cookies, cleared browser cache, closed down and logged in again, all to no avail; I keep getting the same message.

My profile setting is "Show me all new content since my last visit."

Any ideas?


--- Tom

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What browser and OS please?

A couple of folks have seen this but I don't think it has reoccurred (for them since).

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It happened to me the other day. I'm running Safari 4.0.5 on a Mac PowerBook. It only happened over a few hour period and all is back to normal again.

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Mine did the exact same earlier but is working now.

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This problem should have been fixed yesterday - I have not seen it reoccur since the server changes.

I am going to close this for now - please start a new thread if you see any more problems . Thanks!

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