Sometimes when you execute a PHP script, you will notice that it returns an error like “Fatal Error: Allowed memory size of xxxxxx bytes exhausted”. This is because the amount of memory allocated to the php script has exhausted, and hence the script cannot finish execution. It’s already known as PHP Memory Limit.
The amount of memory available to PHP is defined by the term memory_limit in your server’s PHP settings. With the help of cPanel, you can change this value to anything you like. How that can be done is described below.
First, login to your cPanel account using your cPanel username and Password. If you forgot the password, you can reset it using the ‘Reset Password’ option in the same page.
Yes that's what i did. but my problem is the maximum memory limit i can pick is only 512mb but i need it to be 756 or higher. Do i need to upgrade my plan? because my current plan is 1020mb.