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508 resource limit reached (6 posts)

  1. grishart
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    Hi all

    I have (over the last 3 weeks) found all my sites that I have on a resellers package hit the 508 resource limit. There is no one common issue, such as a plugin that all sites use. I am at a loss!

    The host suggests that I put the sites on a dedicated hosting but for all my sites this would cost a fortune. They are not heavy traffic sites (around 100 visits a week) and not massive number of pages (10).

    One site that is happening to is not even live but is me refreshing, as I add content and change css!!

    Is this an issue with the updated WP? I always keep WP and the plugins up to date.

    Anyone else suddenly come across this problem. It has been in the last 2 weeks for me and happens all the time on multiple sites.

    Thanks
    Chris

  2. leejosepho
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    The host suggests that I put the sites on a dedicated hosting but for all my sites this would cost a fortune. They are not heavy traffic sites (around 100 visits a week) and not massive number of pages (10).

    If you do not find any other solution, I know there are hosts who let you have as many add-on domains as you want without charging you any more than you would pay for one:
    http://wordpress.org/hosting/

  3. garbunk
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    This smells like a scam. Move to another host, a website with 100 hits per week shouldn't hit ANY resource limits, no matter if it's on a shared host.

  4. grishart
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    Hi it gets better.

    I have been told that I have hit resource limits by refreshing a page as I am working on the css. They have said there was only two visitors to the site and my ip address accounted for 99% of the traffic.

    I can't see how a website would be usable if one person going round it would reach the resource limit!!

  5. leejosepho
    Member
    Posted 9 months ago #

    ...my ip address accounted for 99% of the traffic.

    I can't see how a website would be usable if one person going round it would reach the resource limit!!

    I have something similar going on at the moment. I typically have at least a half-dozen tabs open in two browsers at my sites while working on them, and last night I discovered my host is specifically watching my IP and occasionally doing some throttling even though my bandwidth only goes high when a site is getting hammered by a bot or whatever. So, I will be talking with my host about leaving my IP alone and only throttling when truly necessary.

  6. foreststation
    Member
    Posted 5 months ago #

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