Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Server sometimes reports Out of memory

User question:
> A bookmark sometimes shows an out of memory error. Any way to avoid 
> this? This is the error message we get:
> Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 6029312)in /public_html/wp-includes/post.php on line 3937

This is a server error that you also see in your web browser when you click the "Reload" button long enough.

In WebSite-Watcher you can try to use the "Ignore Updates" feature to ignore these kind of false positives. Just enter a part of the error text (eg: Fatal error: Out of memory), then WebSite-Watcher won't alert an update if that text is available in the page.


Monday, May 15, 2017

Restore previous version

User question:
> Sometimes Website Watcher checks a bookmark when the site is doing
> maintenance and there is a general maintenance message displayed.
> The comparison with an old version is then useless. It would be nice
> to have a functionality where you could disregard the latest change.
> In that way I can check the bookmark again after the maintenance and
> the comparison with an old version is useful.

This works with the shortcut: Ctrl+Shift+R

Or via context menu: Right click + Organize + Restore previous version

You can also display a toolbar button in the toolbar of the internal browser to quickly restore the old version.



If such a maintenance message comes often, you can also use the bookmark option "Ignore updates" to avoid false positives.