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why is sometimes i get this message error ?

P: 56
hi
why is sometimes i get this message error during browsing my site ? but when i refresh it comes back , what causes this error ?

Service Temporarily Unavailable
The server is temporarily unable to service your request due to maintenance downtime or capacity problems. Please try again later.
Apache/1.3.33 Server at www.example.com Port 80
Dec 15 '09 #1
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Markus
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Check your apache error logs.
Dec 15 '09 #2

P: 56
how can i check apache error logs ?
in my FTP account i just see my files only , no other files or folder inside , and i'm using godaddy hosting

Thanks
Dec 15 '09 #3

kovik
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GoDaddy isn't exactly known for their "good hosting," only their "cheap hosting." They have bandwidth limits on cheaper accounts, and it sounds like they might also have limits on how often pages can be requested. Does this only occur after fast refreshes?
Dec 15 '09 #4

P: 56
hi Mr Kovik
i chooses unlimited package in godaddy hosting , what's the best hosting you suggest ?

it occur after fast refreshes and sometimes without reasons

is there a code can we set in .htaccess to make the page refresh immediately if this error message appear ?
Dec 16 '09 #5

kovik
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"Unlimited" always has fine print. Always.
Dec 16 '09 #6

P: 56
Thanks for reply Mr Kovik
but if it has fine print what cause this error ?
is there any code can be set into .htaccess to make the requested page to refresh if this error message appear ?
Dec 16 '09 #7

dgreenhouse
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I've had a number of sites on GoDaddy and have run into innumerable problems with temporary drop-outs. Most of the time, I've never figured out what the problem was. It could be any number of factors from network outages, GoDaddy internal routing problems, your ISP connection, etc. But my bet’s on a GoDaddy issue. I do have a couple of clients that have dedicated GoDaddy machines that only rarely experience these problems.

If you have an unlimited account, you should be able to turn on your raw logs and also setup SSH access to your account.

For a relatively in-expensive PHP hosting solution, I use modwest.com among others…
Jan 23 '10 #8

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