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The ‘412 Precondition Failed’ error message may be displayed on any of the web pages of your website when you are trying to access it. It is shown because the respective web page is incompatible with certain security principles that the server has. These principles are generally utilized in order to protect the websites hosted over the server from any of the malicious activities. It is a part of the server management process.
The most common cause of this error is the mod_security setting. This response will be sent by the mod_security module when any portion of the data requested over the web has the possibilities to be malicious.
Plesk is a highly efficient web server administration control panel. It is offered with the Windows web hosting platform. At times you may come across the situation where the Plesk control panel might not load.
If you are not able to login into Plesk, refer the process mentioned below:
If you encounter the error message mentioned below, it means you are using more memory space than what is allotted to you:
[emerg] (22)Invalid argument: could not call shmget
In this situation, you have to increase the value of ‘shmall’ in the ‘/etc/sysctl.conf’ file. Edit this file and increase the value with the following command:
Passwords are usually case sensitive. If a user doesn’t remember a password, he might face a really bad situation
Follow the process mentioned below in order to reser the Plesk root password using Shell and Command Prompt
The procedure of resetting the Plesk (Linux Server) root password through Shell:
[root@plesklinux root]# cd /usr/local/psa/admin/bin
[root@plesklinux bin]# ./ch_admin_passwd —help
./ch_admin_passwd: Utility for setting the Plesk administrator’s password
This fetches password from the environment variable PSA_PASSWORD
A web based interface, multiple user access, multiple language supporting application for the project management is the actual identity of dotproject. Similar to other kind of CMS software it is also an open source application and available free to use.
Dotproject is supported by an open community of programmers who perform the tasks willingly and without any pay. This open community usually maintain the most usual operations of this project to keep its performance advanced.
The main intent behind this application is to provide control functionality and project design to make it more useful to manage different project tasks smoothly, however, you need understand what project management is all about.
After installation SSL on your web hosting account you may not be able to browse your site.
This problem is caused by the SSL installation which needs a DNS change of your domain’s A record. After the SSL installation you could be still resolving your domain with the previous DNS settings. Usually those changes should happen instantly but it is still possible to access your website using cached DNS information.
You should permit some times for DNS change to propagate and get result. After that you will be capable to access your site without any problems.