GoDaddy says: "You have reached your current SMTP relay limit of 1000 per day on the following hosting account" But they assigned a limit of 1,000 -- and i don't use SMTP relay at all. I have set up my active email accounts to use Google SMTP. When I tell GoDaddy about this, they tell me it is my responsibility. So what do i do?
In the documentation for Plesk 12 there is no information on what is happening if the limit for outgoing mail is reached.
If there is a limit of 50 mails per hour on a mail account and someone is trying to send 60 mails in one hour, what does happen with these 10 mails over limit?
1. Are there send 50 mails and the rest of 10 mails are deleted and will never be sent? 2. Or are these 10 mails sent later? 3. Can there be sent more mails in the next hour or is the mail account now blocked for sending mails?
I just went with Steadcom's VPS and they are great. I am setting things up and it's going pretty well, I have to dust off my linux/server knowledge that I haven't used in a couple of years.
Anyway I'm creating a virtual host.. I will have about 10 in the end, but right now I only have one domain IP Pointing to my new server. My registrar is NamesDirect.
When I create the virtual host, I can no longer access subdirectories directly. My Virtual Host directory is, say, /var/www/html/newdir
If I try to reach http://www.domainname.com which has been configued as a virtual host, that comes up correctly from the directory /var/www/html/newdir and works fine.
But if I try to reach http://myipaddress/newdir I get a 404 page not found error. Looking at the log, it's trying to reach /var/www/html/newdir/newdir so it's putting in the virtual host redirect even for just hitting the subdirectory directly.
Is this normal? Do I have something configured wrong? I have another domain that I have changed to IP Point to the VPS but until it propogates I won't be able to test having 2 virtual hosts.
Also.. I have not set up DNS on my VPS. I don't really understand it, and IP Pointing has always worked for me when I ran my own server form my home so I was just going to do that. But I wonder if this could be one of the problems.
is there a known and reliable webhost that offers unlimited emails from being sent? I currently use hostgator and they have a 500 email cap per hour and considering that I have 8000 members that eliminates the purpose of a newsletter.
We have Detected server and we use windows server 32 bit , and we are using this server To Encode Video From Avi To Mp4 , But the Problem is we can not get any avi files to play , we Reload the OS and Install it again and We install all the Codec Windows Need But we steel can not Get this video work , its really strange ,
There seems to be some problem with my server, none of the websites hosted on my server are accessible, the http requests either return a blank page or a page with a red quare on the upper left hand corner.
I am not sure if this is some kind of infection or DNS problem or a problem with memory apache is taking up as i have thousands of virtualhost entries in my access log accumulated over the years out of which only a few 100 websites i am serving presently, but never deleted the non-exitent virtualhost blocks.
At times the websites are opening but most of the times they are not. And when they do not open my http requets are not logged in apacha access log.
Even the customers have reported the same problem.
Also, just four days back i had a strange issue where all http requests to my server would take me to [url].
I can SSH to server, and everything else is working fine.
I've spent the last several months working on a huge upgrade of a couple dozen websites. The upgrades include modifying Apache so that visitors who arrive at links pointing to mysite/World/New_York are redirected to mysite/world/new-york. In other words, all my links now default to lower case, and underscores are replaced with dashes.
Unfortunately, publishing it has been an endless series of disasters. My websites are now all crashed, and the server is unbelievably slow. It takes pages forever to load (if they load at all), and I can scarcely publish files online.So the following notice sent to me by my webhost got my attention.
IT appears your own server IP is making GET requests to Apache, causing excessive loading and causing service failures. On today's date, your IP made almost 6,000 connections to Apache:<br><br>
I host my DNS with DNSmadeeasy.com , I noticed that I have daily more than 350.000 DNS requests for main domain, This domains got about 80.000 uniqes/day, so this is strange how can there be 350.000 DNS requests/day. Seems that I'll go over the quota because of this.
The TTL for all domains is set to 86400.
Is there a way to discover how its possible ? And also is there a way to do something to make this number lower (DNS requests)
Where is a server's IP address for outgoing requests set? e.g. if a script on the server fetches ip-address.com, the IP that is identified there. A server may have multiple IPs pointing to it, but there's only one that outgoing requests are funneled through. I've tried changing "Main Shared IP" in WHM, but that doesn't seem to affect this.
Is this set server-side, in some setting file - or is this a datacenter thing?
I currently have a web VPS hosted with FDCServers.net and after 5 days of switching to it i am getting massive HTTP requests. When i login to WHM and hit apache status i have many requests per second by multiple IP's that are going to pages that simple don't exist. Currently my hostname for the server is set at web-01.optical-hosting.com which is what the requests are being sent to. I am also having a DNS issue because when i put http://web-01.optical-hosting.com in the web browser it displays the first account's site under "list accounts" in cpanel. Can someone please help me fix both of these issue's? i will post an apache log in a second post as it is long. Also, these are from overseas. please someone help me with this i have Aim and Msn.
My Linux Server's Http Daemon (Apache) would stop serving websites ever so often, as soon as apache is restarted the error fixes iteself only to resurface within few hours.
The apache process would still be running i.e. apache does not die but no websites hosted on my server would be accessible from browser. And when this happens the apache logs do not log any http requests.
Instead when this happens all http requests to my server would be redirected to some weird Trojan website and my Norton Antivirus would show an Alert/Warning, for example; "Browser exploit at www.xxx.xxx was blocked" Risk Name: MSIE WebViewFolderIcon ActiveX Control BO
or another error like; "Auto-Protect has detected Trojan.Fakeavalert".
At first i thought the problem could be with my Laptop/ISP so i logged on to the server via SSH and opened try to open a website using command line "lynx mywebsite.com" and it shows following error; "Alert!: HTTP/1.0 503 Service Unavailable".
Now if i assume my laptop were to be infected, then as soon as i restart my apache and visit mywebsite.com eveything returns to normal with no such warnings. Why do i see those norton error messages only when apache is down with 503, and when apache is down with 503 how come the http requests always get redirected to some suspicious websites and nothing gets logged in apache error log?
I think my server is being attacked causing http to get unresponsive and thereafter http requests to my server are redirected to some malicious website, is this correct?
Also, i suspect this is a php script exploit as some customers have reported that google have blocked their website due to security reasons, i found <iframe> tage inserted in some php pages which i fixed.
Also, another thinh i noticed; when apache responds with the 503 it is referencing PHP 5.1.4 in the header response:
[root@]# curl -I xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx (my server ip) HTTP/1.0 503 Service Unavailable Server: Apache X-Powered-By: PHP/5.1.4 Retry-After: 20
I am running PHP 4.3.9m why does apache responds with PHP 5.1.4 when this 503 error surfaces?
Also, since my apache was dowan with 503 error a customer mailed in today saying; "It seems that my site www.xxxx.com is regularly down, and the winlogon virus is involved."
I suspect this is again due to the fact that http requests start getting redirected?
I'm running Apache 2.4.4 on Windows Server 2008 R2. It's already happened many times that Apache stopped responding to requests. The last entry in the error.log:
[Wed Mar 27 06:22:07.043600 2013] [mpm_winnt:notice] [pid 1736:tid 256] AH00354: Child: Starting 64 worker threads. [Wed Mar 27 06:52:34.521200 2013] [mpm_winnt:error] [pid 1736:tid 1656] AH00326: Server ran out of threads to serve requests. Consider raising the ThreadsPerChild setting
Yesterday I installed tomcat on a RHEL 4 + cPanel and httpd 2.0.63 server using easyapache3, process was ok, jsp pages are loading fine using http://site.com/example.jsp , but servlets, are not working using http://site.com/example, how ever, if I load http://site.com:8080/example it loads the servlet perfect.
I read something about redirecting all traffict from port 80 to 8080, but you know.. this is a shared server, and that would affect all customers on the server.
So, mod_jk seems to be the only solution, now I read many documents over the web, but no one seems to be working to configure apache2 and mod_jk that is installed using easyapache3 script.
In my httpd.conf file, i have this:
LoadModule jk_module modules/mod_jk.so Include "/usr/local/apache/conf/jk.conf" At jk.conf i have this content: ...
I used a script to block some unwanted countries from accessing my site. In total I had about 3000 lines with ipranges. Now I just went ahead and put this on one of the servers, one that I really don't need the traffic on. But I am wondering what kind of affect this may have on the speeds. Will it really affect it more then a few ms? And anything else I should maybe worry about? Except maybe the loading time at reboots.
im running centos and have a fairly high-end server. yet my services seem to be running a bit sluggish. is there a way to differntiate if its the server or the connection?
using free -m -t im only using half of my ram
(i dont know the command to check how much of my processors im using). im going to assume that that is also 50% or below. if any one has this command please let me know. if its not either of those im guessing its either bad routing be bounced everywhere, or some more localize like datacenter issue, bad router or something.