Category Archives: Security

Repairing corrupted mysql database

Please follow the following steps to repair the database:Login to server with root access Stop mysql using following command /etc/init.d/mysql stop Run following command to check all teh tables in teh database

Child pid xxx exit signal Segmentation fault (11)

Sometimes apache is crashing and all or some PHP pages are showing blank when you browse it. Also apache error logs shows following errors. ==================================== [Thu May 13 03:11:03 2010] [notice] child

Maximum file limit reach while starting Apache

To fix this error, Login to shell using root and make the following changes. root@shameer[~]#nano /etc/sysctl.conf Add following line as fs.file-max = 22992 Then run following command from shell to active changes.

Private PHP Error Logging by using .htaccess file

To enable private PHP error logging, First disable PHP errors. To do it, add following lines into .htaccess file. # Disable php errors php_flag display_startup_errors off php_flag display_errors off php_flag html_errors off

My Site was Hacked, What Do I Do?

The security of your hosting space is a two-fold responsibility. Webhost, has a responsibility to ensure that all server-side software is up to date and has all necessary security patches applied. Technical