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    Matt Ledwinka
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    Hi,

    I tried my first steps with symbiostock. Although my Provider does not support Imagick PHP extension and shell_exec, I gave it a try anyways and uploaded some files via FTP. I ran the processor manually and this message appeared: “Fatal error: Unknown: Cannot use output buffering in output buffering display handlers in Unknown on line 0

    I checked my media and only two of my five uploaded images where listed, but no thumbnail and images displayed.

    Will this be the end of my short career with Symbiostock? 🙂

    Thanks in advance.

     

     

     

    #29332
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    George Sheldon
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    Matt:

    If your server doesn;t provide the basic specs you need, I’d suggest you need to find another host.  When I started with Symbiostock, I was using shared hosting – which was very inexpensive.  It was a good place to start and it had the minimum specs.  I’d suggest you try a similar plan to get started to see if this is something you want to do.  Before you get too far, and you decide you really want to jump into the water, then find a more robust hosting service (like Symbiostock Hosting).  But you really need a server with the basic specs to make Symbiostock work for you.

     

    George

    #29341
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    Robin
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    Hey Matt – that is a weird error. I will look into it and get back to you.

    #29342
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    Robin
    Keymaster

    Can you look at your system specs in the Symbiostock settings area and let me know what PHP version you are using?

    #29345
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    Matt Ledwinka
    Participant

    Hi Robin, it’s PHP version 5.6.29

    Here’s a screenshot of the diagnostics: http://www.delight-grafik.at/wp-content/uploads/diagnostics-1.jpg

    #29362
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    Robin
    Keymaster

    Hi Matt,

    I will do some more research to figure out what is going on. Can you please PM me your WP admin login information?

    Thanks.

    #29365
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    Robin
    Keymaster

    Hey Matt,

    I logged in and uploaded a file and it successfully processed. I am therefore guessing that the issue is memory related due to server restrictions and the fact that you do not have Imagick installed. As is explained in the docs, the built in GD library uses almost 10x the amount of memory as Imagick and accordingly may cause unforeseen issues with larger images.

    Please try uploading a smaller JPEG and see if it works. If so then you know it is not a technical issue with the software but a limitation of the hardware.

    #29369
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    Matt Ledwinka
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    Thanks four your help. Will try that.

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