I'm quite certain I am indeed getting 404 errors when I publish/edit a page in WordPress. Maybe a script time out occurs and triggers my 404 template page load or something.
My 404 page template loads on the screen instead of refreshing the admin/post updated page you normally would see. The only way around is to refresh the page a few times, it eventually loads the published edited page. I can take a screenshot if you need to see, but it's definitely a 404 page, it says so on the page itself. Something is triggering a "404" error page to load when I hit publish/edit. I googled the issue and found similar issues but no clear answer.
But your answer makes sense to me, I checked my WordPress memory limit and my server PHP limit (which I configured a while back when I first signed up with DreamHost along with a standard htaccess file). I installed a plugin just to test and see what the WP memory use is, and I have only hit 35% max according to what I see here, so I can't imagine how I could be hitting a limit on the server end. The website is a very simple e-commerce style website with nothing close to "heavy traffic" or resources.
This issue has occurred from the first day I joined Dreamhost so perhaps there is a setting you guys can look at on my server side of things to fix it? Everything is up to date on WordPress, I don't have a ton of plugins, I have optimized everything for load times, yada yada, etc I just sort of thought maybe it was a small server hiccup glitch or something, and I'm a patient man so maybe it'd work itself out but it's been a few months, so I turned here.
I would very much appreciate a ticket and assistance if at all possible, can I do that here?
Thank you so much!