Apache is popular, but it often gets a bad rap for poor performance.
Apache high memory usage is found to cause of slow sites, page timeouts, mail bounces and more.
And here at Bobcares, our Support Engineers help web hosts, digital marketers and other online businesses keep their Apache servers super fast and stable.
Let’s clear one thing right away – cPanel doesn’t support Nginx.
But, there are ways to make cPanel work with Nginx and thereby improve server performance.
We’ll get to that in a bit. In the meantime, if you need urgent assistance with Apache load or performance issues, click here to talk to our cPanel experts. (more…)
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…)
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.
Google forums get bombarded by customer complaints whenever they see a ‘502 server error – Bad Gateway’ in their Google applications. Though an intermittent error, it can often shoo away visitors from your website.
Bobcares helps website owners and web hosting providers fix all website and application errors, and this error is often reported at our Website Administration Services. (more…)
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.
Fatal error: Class ‘PDO’ not found is an error seen in websites running PHP applications such as Drupal, Prestashop, WordPress, etc. It’ll look something like this:
Fatal error: Class 'PDO' not found in /home/romrac/public_html/drupal/includes/database/database.inc on line 187
This error reports that the web server was unable to locate a PHP module called “PDO” in the server. Web applications require this PHP module to establish a database connection. (more…)
Log files are necessary components of any software. Especially in a web-server like Apache, it can come in very handy to know the statistics of visiting clients, security auditing and checking the errors. (more…)
Apache is a powerful and flexible webserver, that has a very
modular architecture. Apache version 2 ports even the basic functionality of a web-server, such as binding to network ports on the machine, accepting requests, and dispatching children to handle the requests to a module named
Multi-Processing Module (MPM).
Using a modular approach even for this basic operation, makes Apache portable to a wider variety of Operating Systems. It also adds to the flexibility in using the Module that is apt for the scenario.