I'm currently chatting with BlueHost support. Here is what he is suggesting: But I'm not getting any hold yet :-(
Aaron B.:Its the throttling on your account, anything about ~600 seconds is where problems start, and you are over 34,000 seconds.
(1:12:28am)Aaron B.:Your account is currently being throttled. This generally means there are processes or queries being abusive to the server, and using up a good majority of the servers overall resources. We have information on throttled as well as steps to resolve it here: https://my.bluehost.com/cgi/help/564 If you are unsure how to resolve this, or can't figure it out, you can also send a ticket into the "CPU Exceede Errors" section here: https://my.bluehost.com/cgi/help/ticket
Another new option that we offer is cloud flare in your cPanel. This is a free and paid service (paid is only necessary if you have an SSL on the domain you are activating it on). This service caches your content on a server that is closer to your intended customer. It also stops processes from starting as the content is already cached with them. In most cases this will drastically cut throttling, or stop it all together.
(1:12:46am)Udhaw Kumar:A developer gave me the following answer:
The real reason for that error will be logged within your sites error log. That error usually occurs due to problem with the servers configuration. PHP may also trigger the error if there is a problem in your script. Bluehost should provide a facility for viewing your logs.
(1:13:35am)Aaron B.:If you log into cPanel, under "logs" there is an "error logs" section, the php section below is what you would want to look at.