If your web server is using Exim then the error logs are probably located at: /var/log/exim_mainlog /var/log/exim_rejectlog /var/log/exim_paniclog You can use your control panel to view the content of the above error logs or you can view them via SSH. To view the error logs via SSH you can use nano.
Follow these steps to use nano to view an error log or any other file on a Linux or FreeBSD system. 1. Login via SSH. 2. After you successfully login. You have to navigate to the proper directory where the files that you want to view are located. You can us the command cd to […]
Question: Should uploading files via a FTP program be slow? Answer: It depends on your Internet upload speeds and your web host. If your broadband Internet connection is capped at 5 Mbps than you won’t be able to exceed this limit. Another factor that can make your FTP uploads feel sluggish is your web host. […]
Great reputations still great? When you come across reviews of web hosts. Many customers may be raving about their web host. Proclaiming that their web host is the best or greatest. Now look at the dates for those reviews. Were they written in the last few weeks, months, or years? The reviews that you encounter […]
Question: Should I stay away from web hosts that offer multiple layers of support? Answer: It depends on the type of web hosting product that you are ordering. Unmanaged VPS and unmanaged servers If you are ordering a “unmanaged” virtual private server or server and the web host offers technical support as an “addon” then […]
If your site’s bandwidth is being eaten up by the Googlebot. You will have to enter into Google’s Search Console and change the setting so Googlebot doesn’t crawl as often. When the Googlebot doesn’t crawl as often on your site. The bandwidth usage by Googlebot will decrease. The “freshness” or how often new pages on […]
There are three ways to tell if you have outgrown your shared web hosting account. When you encounter these three scenarios then you should really consider upgrading to a more powerful web hosting plan or even a managed virtual private server or dedicated server. If you don’t upgrade then your website may be offline more […]