At 7:04 PM +0000 12/8/10, Ashley Sheridan wrote:
I'd also check any errors logs for this site made by Apache, as that
will tell you where PHP is falling over. If you have access to the
whole server run a 'tail -f' command in a terminal and go to your
site again in the browser, that way, you'll see the new error
messages as they come in.
Oddly enough, I just learned of that within this last year or two.
Most of my past host did not have errors logs placed in a convenient
and obvious place for me to notice them.
However, when I started hosting with Daniel Brown (great host BTW) I
noticed errors logs appearing in my on-line working folders. Not
really knowing what they were, I looked and now they became something
I rely upon.
So, if your host provides them, then look for errors within.
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