In this article, we are going to discuss four primary reasons behind the error ‘SSH Connection refused in DigitalOcean’ and how to fix those errors. SSH clients such as Putty and OpenSSH are used to manage remote Linux servers with SSH installed on them, but sometimes users get a particular error such as ‘SSH connection refused’ in the DigitalOcean Droplets.
Disk Quota Exceeded is a very scary and common Linux error in web hosting servers. When this happens you as a website owner may fail to restart MySQL database, fail to upload a file or even failed to restart your webserver if it is down.
Generally, it looks like you exceeded your allotted disk limit or your overall disk space is full as the error message is very obvious (Disk Quota Exceeded) meaning you reached the limit of your disk quota assigned to you.. Due to which various services like MySQL database and web server can’t start as they need to create files for their proper functioning. We at CyberHosting use CyberPanel control panel, if you are using CyberPanel you can easily see disk space usage on your dashboard after your login.
When on windows you usually use putty to connect to remote SSH servers or terminal when on Linux. While connecting sometimes you can get error such as localhost connection refused on putty or your Linux terminal. Now, this can be very annoying as you can’t get to SSH of your remote server and perform your tasks.
This problem can be from the server or client-side. In this tutorial, we will see probable causes of this error and how to fix them. If you are using our managed vps, then you just have to contact us via ticket or live chat and we should fix this for you.
FTP (File Transfer Protocol) is a standard network protocol used to transfer files between clients and servers. It is the fastest way to upload your file on the server. If you are using CyberPanel, you can also use File manager, but it is always recommended to use FTP to transfer large files to your server. However, as with any other software people face an issue with FTP as well. In this tutorial will discuss one FTP error called ‘FTP 550 No such file or directory’. This means file or folder does not exist. Today will see what are the main reasons behind this error and how to fix them.
We’ve recently discussed CyberPanel as a viable cPanel alternative. Plesk is another popular control panel used by many out there. But if you are here, it means you are already looking for its alternative. There can be various factors/reasons for you looking for a Plesk alternative. Such as:
- Pricing: Plesk has mid-range pricing. But still, some people out there can’t seem to afford, and then they start to look for an alternative.
- Complexity: Plesk is a complex control panel, for first-time users, it can be confusing due to lots of options provided.