How to Fix Out of Memory Script Errors

A common problem you might face when running PHP scripts is an “out of memory” error. It usually looks something like this:
PHP Fatal error: Out of memory (allocated 51795435) (tried to allocate 84524 bytes) in /home/user/public_html/randomdirectory/file.php on line 750
First, it is important to understand what this error means. PHP is configured to only allow a […]

Understanding Log Files

If you are new to dedicated servers and have spent any time reading this site, you have undoubtedly come across posts from us reminding you to check and monitor your server’s log files. We even make sure to tell you where those log files are stored. In many cases, however, finding the log files is […]

Apache Tip #2: Use Configtest to Try Configurations Before Using

The Apache configuration file is deceptively simple. It is just a plain text file filled with mostly plain words. It does not require a registry, hex editing, or any other form of complex configuration. Still, with one misstep, one typo, or one incorrectly placed directive, you can bring your web server to its knees.
Rather than […]