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ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE - in a wordpress page: how to test the uptime?

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dear community,

 

from time to time i get an error in a freshly installed wp-page.

 

 

what happens:

 

 

i get the following error: ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE - in a wordpress page:

 

 

what can i do: how to test the uptime?

how to find out how often the page fails to load.

 

are there any tools out there that do some tests.

 

bTW; i can also have a closer look at the logs.

 

 

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Typically, this means that your server produced a 500 error. There should be something in the logs indicating this, often as a PHP error. Your specific configuration details are very important, and often part of the problem. Things like memory and resource settings for php itself can be the culprit, but it could also be plain old memory/load issues, where the server doesn't have available resources for a specific request.

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hello dear gizmola,

 

many thanks for the reply

 

i get this error from time to  time

 

 

 

Well can it be that this is caused by the "  Apache-environment condition:"  : MaxRequestWorkers (untill 2.3.13 MaxClients) sets the Apache Processes and with that the number of allowed Clientconnections.

 

The last time it happened

 

my server-admin increased the number ....

 

now it happens again


Zero Sized Reply

Squid did not receive any data for this request.


Well - what can i  do. I have to discuss it with the serveradmin.
 

 

Your specific configuration details are very important, and often part of the problem. Things like memory and resource settings for php itself can be the culprit, but it could also be plain old memory/load issues, where the server doesn't have available resources for a specific request

 

 

i will  take all your ideas into account. - Thanks for sharing your ideas.

 

 

greetings dil_bert

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