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How to fix PHP 502 bad gateway error in websites

"My WordPress site is getting lot of bad gateways when trying to edit the back end. Please fix."

 

Recently, we were contacted by a customer who was getting PHP 502 bad gateway error when trying to update his website.

In our role as Technical Support Services for web hosting companies, configuring and managing the web servers for best performance, is a major task we do.

Resolving web server errors forms a part of this service. Today, we’ll see how we fix 502 gateway errors in our customers’ servers.

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How to install Nginx in cPanel server

“I just want to let you know that next week we should be getting higher amount of traffic to our site… Do you think our site can handle if there are 4000 sessions within an hour?”

Recently we were contacted by a server owner who wanted to improve his web server performance to handle 4000 requests in 60 minutes.

The customer had a cPanel server. In our role as Technical Support Services for web hosting companies, reviewing and configuring suitable infrastructure for their business, is a major task we do.

Today, we’ll see how we helped him ensure stable performance in his cPanel server with the help of Nginx web server.

 

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5 ways to change time in Docker container

Suppose you provide WordPress hosting using Docker containers to customers around the globe. Your customers would want to change time in Docker container to their time zones.

In our role as Technical Support Services for web hosting companies and infrastructure providers, we provision and manage Docker systems for various business purposes.

Changing time in Docker container configuration is a task we perform as a part of this service. Here, we’ll see the different ways to do that.

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Docker – change container configuration in 4 ways

 

You’re running a web server in your Docker container. The web server is configured to listen on default HTTP ports – 80 for http and 443 for https (http-ssl).

For security reasons, you want to change the port to which it is listening. How can you do that?

In our role as Technical Support Services for web hosting companies and infrastructure providers, we provision and manage Docker systems for various business purposes.

Changes in Docker container configuration is a task we perform as a part of this service. Here, we’ll see the different ways to do that.

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5 ways to move Docker container to another host

Migrations are inevitable in many scenarios. Hardware upgrades, data center changes, obsolete OS, all these can be trigger points for migration.

In our role as Technical Support Services for web hosting companies and infrastructure providers, we provision and manage Docker systems for their purposes.

Migrating Docker containers often forms a part of that task. Today we’ll see the different ways to move Docker container to another host from the existing host.

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How to edit docker image in two ways

Spin up and run applications in split-seconds – That’s what makes Docker containers so popular among developers and web hosting providers.

In our role as Technical Support Services for web hosting companies and infrastructure providers, we provision and manage Docker systems that best suit their purposes.

One of the key tasks involved in this Docker management services, is editing docker images. Today, we’ll see how we edit docker image for customer needs.

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Quick fix for “email address rejected by server” error in your iPhone

Convenience at your finger tips – That’s why mobile devices are now widely used for sending and receiving emails.

But when email errors pop up, it can be a nuisance for users. At Bobcares, we resolve many email errors as a part of our Technical Support Services for web hosting companies.

One such email error is “email address rejected by server” that is seen when iPhone or iPad customers try to send mails from their Apple devices.

Today, we’ll see the main reasons why users get “email address rejected by server” error and how we help to resolve it.

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How to fix “Error: RCPT TO not accepted from server!” Opencart error

Large store owners often set up their store with SMTP mail function to improve mail delivery rate and avoid spam problems.

This function works well in most sites, but sometimes, this can conflict with server configuration and results in an error.

Error: RCPT TO not accepted from server! in system/library/mail.php” is one such reported issue by Opencart store owners when they send message from contact forms or feedback forms.

As a part of our Outsourced Technical Support for webhosts, we routinely resolve such errors faced by website owners.

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How to fix email error “550 permanent failure blocked”

Please help! When I send mails to two of my friends, one of them never receives it and I get a mail bounce.

That was a recent support request that we received at our Outsourced Tech Support Services, where we resolve support queries for web hosting providers.

The hosting user kept on getting the error “550 permanent failure for one or more recipients” from one of her contacts.

Why did this happen? Let’s dive into the details:

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Solve error “unable to relay for email address” in 3 steps

Emails are convenient, but email errors can be tiresome.

At Bobcares, we often resolve such email errors as a part of our Technical Support Services for web hosting companies.

Today, we’ll see what causes “unable to relay for email address” errors during email delivery and how we fix that error in 3 steps.

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