Blog Upgraded to WordPress 2.9 Release Candidate 1
As you’d probably noticed from my past article about upgrading the site to run on WordPress 2.9 Beta version and running into some buggy issue, the latest release of the 2.9.x family is now available – WordPress 2.9 Release Candidate 1.
Of course, without hesitation, I upgraded to this release hoping that it would resolve the memory allocation issue. Unfortunately, I realised it did not happen.
Then, I tell myself, perhaps it might be good to tweak a little on the plugins; that is, to deactivate some plugins and see how it turns out. Alas! I deactivated FireStats plugin, the memory issue is gone. Subsequently, I re-activated the plugin. The issue does not come back anymore.
Not exactly sure why it happens this way – but at least it seems to work.