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  1. Hey folks, First time here so: thanks devs and community for creating such a great thing! ProcessWire was a treat to work with and I hope I get to use it on future projects. However, I have a perplexing issue. I launched a site a few weeks ago and revisited it yesterday to find the following error: Confusingly, the site is working fine in my dev environment. Live, I can access files in the public directory but anything that uses the pw api spits backs the same error. The database dumpfile is effectively identical to that from my dev environment and since launch I've neither changed any of the files nor updated pw (using v2.6). Can anyone suggest why pw might be trying to grab over 2gb of memory? As far as I could tell with dropping memory_get_usage() statements into the source files, it's borking at line ~100 in /index.php at $config = new Config(); I did do some poking around with the ServerPilot Apache/Nginx config files shortly after launch, but when I left it, the site was working fine. Any leads are greatly appreciated!
  2. Hi, I'am at a loss ... I was absolutely certain that something like $wireData->has('key=value') or $wireData->is('key=value') existed. But it does not. has only takes a key name not a selector, and is does not exist on WireData. Is there another WireData method I am missing to accomplish this? I know there are simpler ways to get if a field has a certain value, but I need it as a selector string. Thanks!
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