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  1. Can you explain that a little more? Because it would be *very* useful.
  2. I had a similiar problem and it was caused by AdblockPlus running on my browser.
  3. I managed to up the memory limit by changing the hardcoded lilmit in memory.php... but I am still getting the error (albeit with the higher memory limit in the error and a different line number). It now says: Allowed memory size of 268435456 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 32 bytes) in [my homedir path]/lib/pear/XML/RPC.php on line 2005 Should the maintenence task really be using 256M of memory, especially as it is a beta test site with about 5 test ads on it and little in the way of impressions/clicks?
  4. As I said, I raised memory_limit to 256MB and running phpinfo confirms this has taken, yet I am still getting the same error showing the 135MB number. Is there somethign else limiting the memory here, or should I be changing another parameter?
  5. I run the maintenence script every hour, but every day the midnight run fails with the following message: Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 134217728 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 130968 bytes) in [my homedir path]/lib/pear/XML/RPC.php on line 2005 I assume the email report run has something to do with it, though the emails are sucessfully sent. I have raised the value of memory_limit in php.ini to 256M, but still this exact message occurs. Can anyone help?
  6. Two suggestions. 1) In order to try and get around Adblock, it would be good if, as well as being able to change Server Access Paths and the Delivery File Names (as we currently can), you could change the parameter names (e.g. 'bannerid'). 2) The current email report going out to advertisers is *ugly* (sorry, but it is). Also, it is text only, so links come over as the full, unclickable URL (to which the link fails anyway). Some sort of customisable email report system would be nice, with HTML emails that can take logos.
  7. In the Banner Delivery configuration, you can change the Server Access Paths and the Delivery File Names, but is there any way to change the parameter names? I have changed paths and filenames to try and get around Adblock, but it is picking up the parameter names ('bannerid' especially) and so still blocking. Is there an easy way to change these as well?
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