Majority of the web applications are database driven. MySQL is a popular database server for open source applications, but we’ve seen that it can cause performance issues in the long run.
MySQL databases grow in size, and tables fragment over time. This contributes to MySQL load spikes. So, protecting a server from MySQL high CPU issues requires close monitoring and periodic optimization.
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…)
In web hosting business, server uptime and speed are the crucial aspects that determine the success of a provider. Signing up for a server administration service usually happens simultaneous to starting a hosting business.
But if your server management company fails to secure or manage your servers properly, it can end up spoiling your reputation. Reviewing the tasks that are covered in server administration is, therefore, crucial before you signup with a company. (more…)
In our role as Outsourced hosting support specialists for web hosts, we’ve been managing the servers with various control panels and for varying range of hosting businesses.
With the growing competition in the industry, a lot of factors determine your business success, the key parameter being ‘how happy your customers are, that they choose to stay with you’.
See how we help web hosting companies (more…)
Dedicated Support Engineers at Bobcares manage thousands of WordPress sites of web designers, digital marketers, online publishers, web hosts and more.
In these sites, this error usually comes up after a recent migration:
Your PHP installation appears to be missing the MySQL extension which is required by WordPress.
WordPress is the most widely used CMS for websites. Sending out mails from WordPress is required in scenarios such as contact form submissions or password resets.
‘SMTP connect() failed‘ is a commonly encountered error in WordPress, due to which emails fail to be send from your WordPress site.
[Fri Jul 15 16:03:06 2016] [error] [client 91.***.**.**] ModSecurity: Access denied with code 403, [Rule:'ARGS|!ARGS:/page_content/|!ARGS:file|
This is a common error faced by web hosts, website owners and server owners. It means that the mod-security rules in the web server are blocking access to the users who try to access any URL in their site. (more…)
Disk Quota Exceeded is a common error in Linux web hosting servers. Website owners see this error when they try to upload a file, send a mail or update a database. (more…)
Google blacklists up to 6,000 websites EVERY DAY for serving malware. Almost all of these sites are classified as “compromised sites”, which means it was infected with malware without the knowledge of the site owner.
A malware infection could lead to loss in SEO ranking, and business reputation. Building back the site traffic could take weeks, if not months.
Spam mails are more than a mere nuisance for web hosts. When a server is spammed, valid mails get lost or delayed indefinitely in the pool of spam mails.
Equally panicky situation is outbound spamming from your server. Your mail server IP can easily get blacklisted, causing email delivery failures for your customers.