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WordPress posts returns “404 Error”

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Published on : October 9, 2014 by

WordPress posts returns “404 Error”

Permalinks are the permanent URLs to your individual weblog posts, as well as categories and other lists of weblog postings. A permalink is what another weblogger will use to link to your article (or section), or how you might send a link to your story in an e-mail message. The URL to each post should […]

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Temporary Url not working with FastCGI

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Published on : October 4, 2014 by

Temporary Url not working with FastCGI

Sometimes you may come across the issue that the temporary URL not working for the PHP file. On servers running  FastCGI as PHP handler, it is not possible to run PHP files via temporary url such as http://SERVER_IP/~username/index.php . But you will be able to view HTML files.  Before you proceed make sure the web hosting company allows […]

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Apache fails to start : No space left on device

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Published on : September 28, 2014 by

Apache fails to start : No space left on device

Apache Semaphore issues This is one of the rarest conditions which I came across. The webserver failed to load with following error messages in the server log file. The server had fairly good uptime and was a busy server. The error message No space left on device: Couldn’t create accept lock made me confused as […]

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WordPress Permalink configuration for Nginx

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Published on : September 27, 2014 by

WordPress Permalink configuration for Nginx

On Nginx WordPress Permalinks we came across an issue where all links in a WP/Osclass site throws 404 error. This is a typical behaviour of WP/Osclass permalinks configuration issue. The first step is to confirm it is a Nginx WordPress permalinks issue. The configuration file for Nginx is /etc/nginx/nginx.conf and it specified the log file […]

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How to disable mod_sec2 for a domain in cPanel Server

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Published on : September 17, 2014 by

How to disable mod_sec2 for a domain in cPanel Server

Disable Mod security for an account was easier in Mod_security v 1.x, you just had to add the following lines in the .htaccess file for that account’s public_html directory : SecFilterEngine Off SecFilterScanPost Off This will no longer work as Mod_security 2.x was been started to use in newer WHM/cPanel versions. In this article, we […]

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