sitemap generator script runs successfully in different environments (including shared hosting). The amount of memory required depends on the total number of pages the site has (as it's specified in system requirements).
To deal with memory limit problem you can:
- increase the memory_limit setting in php.ini
- limit the number of pages included in sitemap at Configuration page
- exclude a part of you pages from indexing with "Do not parse URLs" option
thank you admin for replying...
But you need to understand my situation fully, as this may be the case with others too.
My host can not increase the memory limit just for me, because it will increse it for all the people on the shared server.
I have a reseller account, but even still, I can not have the memory limit increased.
My website became paralised for about 1hr, because your sitemap generator used up over 550MB of bandwidth in 30 or so minutes of each request of starting again to get the sitemap generator to work.
Also disabling the "HTML sitemap generation" and "Changelog calculation" reduces the memory usage a bit.
lozpaypal, I've replied to your private message.
Yes, thank you for replying to my private message, I have replied because the problem persists.
I'm at a loss why the problem arises saying it finds a page that is not linked up when there is no such link on the page it says.
I tried changing the html sitemap gen and changelog, but it still paralised my website.
Surely there has to be another solution here?