If you turn that off it might help, or maybe the memory runs out later on rendering, it's really hard to tell. If the limit is set to a low value, then it won't help much. It would be a much better solution to increase the memory to 1024MB or at least 512 if possible. Under heavy traffic it's a good thing to have 😀
I'm running this site and all the demo sites + test sites + another site on a 2048MB VPN, that's like 10 wordpress installs and it's doing all right. At most I had like 800MB consumed, but it was under very heavy traffic spike. So I definitely recommend increasing the memory to at least 1024MB, that will cover a single wordpress install for enormous traffic spikes with a proper caching.
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