Could not allocate space for object sql server error

This article will guide you on how to fix #SQl #error "Could not allocate space for object" which occurs due to insufficient space in the database. 

SQL SERVER – Msg 1105 – Could Not Allocate Space for #Object Name in Database ‘DB’ Because the ‘PRIMARY’ Filegroup is Full.

Whenever you get such error check below:

1. Check if auto growth is restricted.

2. Check if auto growth is set to a high value which would cause disk space to become full.

3. Check if disk space is low.

4. Check SQL edition because SQL #Express has a database file size limit.

Here is the command to set the growth to UNLIMITED:

[sq]USE [master] GO

ALTER DATABASE


[SQLAuthDB] MODIFY FILE (NAME = N’SQLAuthDB’, MAXSIZE = UNLIMITED)

GO[/sql]

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Server sent passive reply with unroutable address

This article will guide you on ways to resolve #Server sent passive reply with unroutable address which occurs due to bad server settings or when an FTP client is behind #NAT. 

#FileZilla has updated their FTP #client, and FTP over TLS is now used by default. This results in clients being unable to connect to their server from the outside network.

Make sure that you properly set up for FTP over TLS/SSL, explicit and passive ports are allowed on the #firewall and set on Serv-U:

i. Go to the Serv-U settings at: Global Limits & Settings > Settings - Network Settings.

ii. Ensure the Auto-configure firewall through UPnP checkbox is not checked.

iii. Ensure the Packet time-out is set to 300 seconds.

iv. Set #PASV Port Range is 50,000-50,009, and port forward these ports to your router.

This configures the file transfer traffic to be routed through the router and directly to Serv-U through “Port Forwarding”.


If, after this, you are still unable to connect, try disabling the "Block FTP_Bounce and FXP" option - this has been known to cause issues for some clients. To do this, follow the steps below:

1. Navigate to Global > Limits and Settings  > #FTP Settings.

2. Select Global Properties. (If this is not available, first select Use Custom Settings to gain access to it).

3. On the Advanced Options tab, make sure "Block FTP_Bounce and FXP" is unchecked (which it is by default).

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Configure and host an application in Apache web server on Ubuntu

This article will guide you on how to configure #Apache on #Linux. This includes #firewall configuration, managing Apache services, setting up virtual hosts, changing default listening ports, and allowing/denying specific IPs from accessing the #sites.
Apache #HTTP Server is a free and open-source web server that delivers web content through the internet. It is commonly referred to as Apache and after development, it quickly became the most popular HTTP client on the web.
The httpd. conf file is the main configuration file for the Apache web server. It's highly recommended to run Apache in standalone type for better performance and speed. ServerRoot "/etc/httpd" The option ServerRoot specifies the directory in which the configuration files of the Apache server lives.
On most systems if you installed Apache with a package manager, or it came preinstalled, the Apache configuration file is located in one of these locations:
1. /etc/apache2/httpd. conf.
2. /etc/apache2/apache2. conf.
3. /etc/httpd/httpd. conf.
4. /etc/httpd/conf/httpd. conf.

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Effective methods to control bounce back email messages

This article will guide you on how to control #bounce back #email #messages. Email bounce back is the condition when emails fail to reach the recipient’s inbox. 

The accepted benchmark for bounced emails is 2%. This means for every 100 emails you send, two will be returned to you. Often times, your bounce rate will be much lower. Anything between 2% and 5% is worth noting.

On average maintaining a lower bounce rate is an essential part of your SEO. Normally, your bounce rate should be between 26% - 70%. On average you should maintain between 41% - 55%. However, if you could lower it down to 26% - 40% that's excellent.

To Reduce Email Bounce Rate:

1. Only Use Permission-Based (Opt-In) Email List.

2. Keep Your Subscribers' List Updated.

3. Don't Use Your First Campaign As A Way To 'Clean' Your List!

4. Verify The Email Addresses.

5. Be Consistent With Your Emails.

6. Write Quality Emails.

7. Avoid Creating Spam-Like Emails.

8. Do Not Use Free #Sender #Domains.

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PHP header not redirecting error

This article will guide you on ways to fix #PHP #header not #redirecting error which generally occurs mainly due to the absence of ob_start() function, incorrect header formats, and so on. Your target destination server does not allow iframe redirects. Fix: Servers can solely determine if websites hosted on them can be reached via an #iframe redirect. The easiest way to resolve this is to simply change your selection from "Redirect using iframe" to "Redirect URL".

To redirect URL in PHP:

1. You can simply use the PHP header() function to redirect a user to a different page. 

2. The PHP code in the following example will redirect the user from the page in which it is placed to the URL http://www.example.com/another-page.php . 

3. You can also specify relative #URLs.

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More about Engintron cPanel

This article will guide you on how to #install #Engintron in #cPanel & fix relating #errors.  Engintron is a third-party plugin to integrate Nginx on cPanel servers. 

Engintron integrates Nginx into cPanel so you can enjoy amazing performance for your sites, without having to sacrifice important hosting features found in cPanel.

Engintron is totally free to use!

The way Engintron sets up Nginx inside your cPanel is a lot like how the popular #CloudFlare CDN works. Nginx (like CloudFlare) directly serves all static content like CSS, JS, images etc. instead of your actual web server, thus lowering the load on your cPanel server.


Engintron is the easiest way to integrate Nginx to your cPanel server:

1. Installation process is not very complicated for Engintron. 

2. Also, installation and updates are very fast, they take only a few seconds. 

3. Engintron is using the official repositories for Nginx, all Engintron software is updated whenever cPanel is updated. If something has changed on Engintron and you need to re-install it, you can install it on top of the previous installation. You don't need to uninstall it first like other Nginx installer plugins for cPanel. It works from CentOS 5 up to CentOS 7. Engintron has an app dashboard inside WHM. 

4. The interface has basic controls for Nginx, Apache, MySQL. These controls allow you to edit various configuration files. Inside the Engintron app dashboard you’ll also find some utilities to monitor things like Nginx access & error logs, check processes on your server or see incoming traffic on port 80. It doesn’t require Nginx or Apache host synchronization when adding new domains via cPanel. 

5. Also, Engintron is released under the GNU/GPL license and is 100% open source.

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