On Tue, Aug 13, 2002 at 01:57:54PM +0200, MyBox wrote:
> function testfunc($var1,$var2)
> ...many calculation and variables
> return $result;
> then on call number 12 the script exits whith error-message:
> Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 8388608 bytes exhausted
Exhausting 8 megs of RAM! WOW! Those are some serious calculations!
> Must i giving free the memory at hand?
> When i in the function before its end give all vars free with unset(); then
> the error also comes on the same place.
Hmm... Where are you performing the unset()'s? Before the return, right?
Perhaps the memory is being gobbled up by the return $result?
I did a search on the mailing list archive trying to learn more about
this, but didn't come up with much. Hopefully, someone with more
knowledge on PHP's internals will comment.
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