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MariaDB error 1044 – Fix it now

Trouble with MariaDB error 1044? Here’s help.

The 1044 error code indicates that the user has insufficient permissions to make changes to the database.

MariaDB error 1044

As part of our Website and Server Management Services, we receive support requests from Webmasters, Web hosts and Digital Agencies to fix database errors such as this.

Today, we’ll take a look at the top reasons we’ve seen for MariaDB error 1044 and how our Support Engineers fix it.


What is Linux inode and how we reduce its usage

Do you want to know more about the Linux inode and methods to reduce its usage?

Linux tracks files using a catalog system much like how libraries track books using paper cards. Every file in Linux has a “card” known as inode (or index node).

At Bobcares, servers owners often approach us with exceeded inode usage errors and we fix it as a part of our Server Management Services.

To know more about Linux inodes and its usage, read on.


http_request_failed WordPress error in Push Notifications [Resolved]

Stuck with http_request_failed error in WordPress while sending push notifications? We can help you fix it.

This error mainly occurs due to outdated WordPress version or server restrictions.

At Bobcares, we often receive requests regarding push notifications, as a part of our Server Management Services.

Today, let’s see how our Support Engineers assist our customers in fixing this error.


How we enable gzip compression through htaccess?

Looking for a way to speed up your Apache-based web server?  One option is to enable gzip compression through the .htaccess file.

Gzip compressions reduce file size that in-turn increases website speed.

That is why our Support Engineers enable gzip compression in all web servers, as a part of our Server Management Services.

To know how to optimize the website loading time using the .htaccess file, read on.