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federalist1    0
federalist1

For some reason now, most of the pages do not show content if the user is not logged in. Log in; can see them fine. Not logged in; can't see content in feature or other pages. Pretty sure this happened post bbPress integration and or maybe when experimenting with a couple of "members" plugins including "members" and "theme my login".

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Also getting a problem with duplicate posts. One post keeps making 2 extra copies of itself.

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Andrew    201
Andrew

Probably related to the members plugins. The theme front-end itself doesn't really do anything special regarding user access. The double post issue is also new... did it always do this?

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Only last night or today after doing the bbPress integration or maybe after a failed plugin go. Deactivating "members" had no effect on the blank page problem.

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Would you like the error log report? I noticed things like this showing up in the error log: http://www.anything4free.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=155655&hl and /home6/federal5/public_html/wp-admin/error_log: [27-Nov-2009 18:08:17] PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 33554432 bytes exhausted (tried to allocate 71 bytes) in /home6/federal5/public_html/wp-includes/plugin.php on line 302 Considering a reinstall, however, sharing the database between wordpress and bbPress may have spoiled both.

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Andrew    201
Andrew

It seems something is causing your memory limit to be reached ( a server variable. ) This is most likely caused by some plugin you have installed. Did you try deactivating all plugins? I highly doubt the error is affecting you DB. WP is good at keeping this info protected.

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