thanks for the reply topdog. I was arguing with the template developer about the resource requirements. WordPress isn't the culprit in this case. It's the template they are developing which calls MySQL and requiring too much resources. I up the resource limit, after a few days or a week, I get time execute or memory cap error message again.
I just need a general consensus on upping the limit that high.
That depends on your web traffic
That's what concerns me. At this time, they are only developing the template and very little traffic from clients and customers. I still receive the error when they add data to the teplates. I'm assuming that when real traffic from real clients pours in, I'm going to have to up the limits again. The question is, at what point do I say enough?