Apache’s CGI mode allows webmaster’s to reduce memory usage. It is the preferred way to run many low traffic websites.
But the CGI mode is pretty sensitive to things such as permissions and file encoding, that leads to 500 Internal Server Error. (more…)
Are your websites showing blank pages? Is your server load high? Do you see hundreds of Apache process in your admin console?
You are not alone.
“Too many connections” is a common issue in LAMP (Linux-Apache-MySQL-PHP) servers that’s most commonly used in Web Hosting. (more…)
Here at Bobcares, our Hosting Support Engineers provide tech support to VPS providers, Cloud hosters, and other online service proiders.
We help VPS users resolve their server and web application issues by functioning as the tech support of our customers (the service providers).
In the line of our work, a common error we see in WordPress sites hosted on Apache servers is client denied by server configuration. (more…)
VPS or Dedicated server owners who use Plesk sometimes receive the error “The certificate is not trusted” when accessing the Plesk panel.
This is due to Plesk using a “self-signed” certificate – which means that the certificate is not an authentic CA certificate issued by a recognized authority like Verizon or Comodo.