Join today Community Community Home Getting Involved Chat Forum ServicesHosting support Godaddy internal server errors Posted by vgulla on October 14, 2011 at 10:45am My production live site is on godaddy I have no idea how the GoDaddy filesystem works, but on several occasions lately I've seen that changes aren't getting written to the filesystem immediately. one of my site on Godaddy shared hosting.. This is my first drupal site. http://shpsoftware.com/internal-server/internal-server-error-drupal-godaddy.php
Thanks Log in or register to post comments http 500 error felixd74 commented April 1, 2011 at 2:21pm Hi, I have the same problem, i'm trying for the past 2 days to try obtaining the errors that are causing this. In the error logs, your site has had some timeout errors related to FastCGI. If you want you can have a look at http://acquia.com/blog/acquia-hosting-now-available Since it is the Drupal team there probably nothing will go wrong with your Drupal there.
I don't trust said ISP. How can I Avoid Being Frightened by the Horror Story I am Writing? Thanks to the authors for documenting these fixes for us! Likewise, I tried one of their VPS 3GB packages -- and it was failing at only 200-300 people!
I'm guessing someone flicked it on on the main web server at GoDaddy. BTW, tech support at Godaddy really did try to help me out and spent time looking at my db, htaccess, and settings file. I would also suggest you check to make sure that all of your files have the correct file permissions (as this may also be causing it) and you can change the Drupal 8 500 Internal Server Error Godaddy don't solve this problem?
This is the .htaccess in the html directory ------------------------------------------- addhandler x-httpd-php-cgi .php4 addhandler x-httpd-php5-cgi .php addhandler x-httpd-php5-cgi .php5 RewriteEngine on RewriteRule (.*) med/$1 [L] First 3 lines added by godaddy tech Look for the following code: safe_mode=On. Homepage Comment * More information about text formats Text format Filtered HTMLPlain text Filtered HTMLWeb page addresses and e-mail addresses turn into links automatically.Allowed HTML tags:
https://www.drupal.org/node/416906 I am trying to help somebody out that is having the same problem.
Thanks for sharing your experiences. 500 Service Unavailable (with Message) Drupal A few days ago during our monthly meeting, a few of us were logged in all at the same time and attempting to generate content. I have a half dozen or so web sites that I run outside of the day job. You will want to review the file to remedy these issues.
It seems they have solved the problem. http://alvinalexander.com/drupal/drupal-godaddy-500-internal-server-error-4gh-ultimate-hosting I set the darned thing up and forgot that I had customized the .htaccess for the rackspace environment. Drupal 500 Internal Server Error I think the problem is that Godaddy has a poor host shared service. Drupal Http Error 500 That it the situation I am in and it also seems like alot of people have this issue.
Actually it killed the whole site. Check This Out Though they are not gone, I can live with those few that do pop up. I've already tried all the solutions in these comments and nothing works, so hopefully you guys can help me, because I don't know much about programming and such. Otherwise, it will mess up. 2. 500 Internal Server Error Drupal Htaccess
That might give you an idea... –Anil Sagar Apr 8 '14 at 10:50 add a comment| 1 Answer 1 active oldest votes up vote 1 down vote Could be any number Again, definitely use Boost as it caches your pages to HTML -- meaning no load on the database (if my understanding is correct). I have no objection to generating a support request thru GoDaddy, if they will listen and really understand this *IS* an issue with their servers. Source Log in or register to post comments Same thing happened to me and mattwmc commented November 20, 2011 at 1:14am Same thing happened to me and they disabled Fast CGI, as
Reply Add new comment Your name Email The content of this field is kept private and will not be shown publicly. Drupal 8 Internal Server Error Thanks in advance, my.home.ip.address - - [09/Sep/2009:06:48:04 -0700] "POST www.mysite.org/node?q=node&destination=node HTTP/1.1" 500 619 "http://www.mysite.org/" "Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; Intel Mac OS X 10_6; en-us ) AppleWebKit/531.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0.3 Safari/531.9" my.home.ip.address I write to Godaddy support and they don't know what to do and I see that this topic was open almost a year ago.
BTW: Using GoDaddy Apache hosting, Drupal 7, and Marinelli theme. Or sub-domain? Mark HannaMy [email protected] Log in or register to post comments Solution found markusa commented November 16, 2009 at 12:37am If you are putting your drupal site in a subdomiain then you Drupal 8 500 Error Once the page load click edit next to .php on list and then from the drop down box choose PHP 5.x.
It could take 15+ minutes to start taken affect. I have the same code base on both these places. increasing the max_execution_time in php.ini to 100 seconds did it. have a peek here That would confirm the general nature of the problem. (To get even more detail they would have to restart apache in debug mode, and a shared host isn't going to do
Additionally, a 500 Internal Server Error error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request. Now, how do I go about optimizing the forms quicktab block? What I found out after doing some looking online is that if you have it turned on in both places it will screw up everything... I have to say, I've never actually seen anything helpful in those logs, but that depends a lot on the module and theme developers.
Please help Log in or register to post comments For 500 errors, they would JamesOakley commented October 17, 2011 at 9:02am For 500 errors, they would need to look in their Some of the advise even told me to break down Drupal scripts and optimize them. My Drupal is instaled in the root. All Rights Reserved. Feedback Skip to main content Enter your keywords Select a Page Main menu Home Portfolio Blog Contact Blog Home / Blog / Drupal 7 and GoDaddy – My
i think samccone commented October 19, 2010 at 8:09pm So today the site was still dragging I called godaddy and switched the hosting from the legacy shared hosting to their grid Log in or register to post comments Life Saver! Log in or register to post comments Indeed!!! And the representative had assured me that Godaddy is modifying the Drupal7 installer so that a fresh Drupal7 install will work for the admin.
Thank you! We have added the following lines of code to your .htaccess file which should be preserved when changes are made to the file: addhandler x-httpd-php-cgi .php4 addhandler x-httpd-php5-cgi .php addhandler x-httpd-php5-cgi As to the Godaddy hosting.....My works great now.....except I can't change the php upload limit from the default 2 MB....anyone you uses godaddy and knows how to raise them limit would