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How to speed up Apache webserver for maximum Performance

How to speed up Apache webserver for maximum Performance

These days, everyone expects sites to be super fast. For instance, Google’s LightHouse audit tool recommends that a page should load within 1.2 seconds.

Yes, 1.2 seconds sound steep, but what if your competitors heed that advice? They are likely to get better SEO ranks, and customer visits. (more…)

How to fix ‘503 service unavailable error’ in your websites

In our role as Server administration specialists for server owners, website errors are a commonly encountered issue that we resolve for them.

‘503 service unavailable error’ is one such website error. Recently, we were contacted by a Docker hosting provider who was getting this error in his website.

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Apache slow? Boost your web server performance in 3 steps

Is your website fast enough? Majority visitors abandon sites that take over 3 seconds to load. Slow websites lead to business loss, and that’s when server owners get panicky.

Among the various web servers available, Apache still holds a major market share. In our server administration services, we often get requests from server owners who complain about Apache slowness. (more…)

Speed up website – How the perfect server solution can boost your slow websites

A slow website does more harm to your business than good. Not only would customers abandon it, they may also share negative reviews with others.

We’ve seen scenarios where a single website slows down the entire server. In our server administration services, we often get requests to speed up websites.

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How to fix 504 gateway timeout error in your websites

How to fix 504 gateway timeout error in your websites

In our role as website support specialists, we help website owners resolve all sorts of errors that affect their websites. Commonly encountered errors are related to the web server and the mail server.

One such web server error that occurs in high traffic servers, is the “HTTP Error 504 Gateway Timeout” error. Today, we’ll see what causes it and how to fix 504 gateway timeout error in websites. (more…)

How to resolve ‘500 internal server error’ in Apache

How to resolve ‘500 internal server error’ in Apache

Are the websites in your server giving ‘500 internal server error’ all of a sudden? In our role as Outsourced server support specialists for web hosts, this is one commonly encountered errors in Apache web server.

A PHP upgrade, Apache recompilation, permission or ownership changes, anything can trigger a 500 error in a website. The impact of the error can vary based on the cause that triggered it.

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3 prime ingredients that help us deliver web server support par excellence

3 prime ingredients that help us deliver web server support par excellence

Web servers plays an integral role in web hosting, as they help render lightning fast websites for online businesses. But improperly configured or inadequately maintained web servers can cause website downtime and loss.

In our role as Outsourced Tech Support for web hosts, we provide specialized web server support aimed at delivering high speed and highly secure web servers.

We’ve learned that speed and security are the pivotal aspects for a web server. Today, we’ll see the prime ingredients of our service that help us deliver outstanding web server support for our customers. (more…)

Apache high CPU usage – how to protect your server from overload?

Apache high CPU usage – how to protect your server from overload?

In our role as Server management specialists for web hosting companies, server health monitoring and maintenance is a routine activity we perform in our customers’ servers.

A common issue we notice during server monitoring is the server load intermittently going high, usually caused by Apache high CPU usage. As Apache is a commonly used web server, we give it top priority in our support services. (more…)

Why you should disable SHA1 and how to secure web hosting servers

Why you should disable SHA1 and how to secure web hosting servers

SHA1 (Secure Hash Algorithm 1) is a popular cryptographic method used to secure eCommerce websites, backups, software updates, document signatures and more.

On 23 Feb 2017, Google announced that they were able to crack SHA1 by using a collision attack dubbed Shattered. This means any server that still uses SHA-1 are vulnerable to attacks. (more…)

How to resolve and prevent 554 5.7.1 : Relay access denied email errors in Linux and Windows mail servers

How to resolve and prevent 554 5.7.1 : Relay access denied email errors in Linux and Windows mail servers

Emails play a crucial role in online communication. Business orders to meeting invites, lost or delayed mails can end up creating disgruntled customers.

In our role as Website Support Specialists for online businesses, we resolve hundreds of mail issues every day. A commonly encountered email bounce error faced by web hosts, website owners and server owners is:

554 5.7.1 <user@recipient.com>: Relay access denied (more…)

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