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I using a plugin that crashes due to lack of memory. But I'm on a host (Pantheon) that uses git for file updates between a Dev server (where I have FTP access) and a Live server (where I have no FTP or SSH access). I can't change wp-config.php and commit the file because the database details are different between Dev and Live. php.ini files are not allowed, and PHP directives in .htaccess are not allowed.

How can I increase PHP memory for Live? Can I add a directive in a theme file? Like functions.php? Will that work for plugin memory?

I using a plugin that crashes due to lack of memory. But I'm on a host that uses git for file updates between a Dev server (where I have FTP access) and a Live server (where I have no FTP or SSH access). I can't change wp-config.php and commit the file because the database details are different between Dev and Live. php.ini files are not allowed, and PHP directives in .htaccess are not allowed.

How can I increase PHP memory for Live? Can I add a directive in a theme file? Like functions.php? Will that work for plugin memory?

I using a plugin that crashes due to lack of memory. But I'm on a host (Pantheon) that uses git for file updates between a Dev server (where I have FTP access) and a Live server (where I have no FTP or SSH access). I can't change wp-config.php and commit the file because the database details are different between Dev and Live. php.ini files are not allowed, and PHP directives in .htaccess are not allowed.

How can I increase PHP memory for Live? Can I add a directive in a theme file? Like functions.php? Will that work for plugin memory?

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Is it possible to increase php memory without directives in wp-config.php, .htaccess or php.ini?

I using a plugin that crashes due to lack of memory. But I'm on a host that uses git for file updates between a Dev server (where I have FTP access) and a Live server (where I have no FTP or SSH access). I can't change wp-config.php and commit the file because the database details are different between Dev and Live. php.ini files are not allowed, and PHP directives in .htaccess are not allowed.

How can I increase PHP memory for Live? Can I add a directive in a theme file? Like functions.php? Will that work for plugin memory?