Hosting has not been working for 3 days


#1

Today the site is practically unavailable all day. Yesterday, too. And the day before yesterday. Will you start working normally or should I look for a new hosting?


#2

I see you’re using wordpress, your site may be down due to SQL overloading.
If you have a lot of plugins, please uninstall useless ones.
Have a look at the rate limiting policy


#3

Think up another answer. Month all worked without failures. But suddenly there were too many plug-ins. And even more so, why is nothing reflected in the personal cabinet in the statistics?


#4

Nothing will show up on your statistics, just try uninstalling some useless plugins and things should work better


#5

And how can I delete them if I can not go to the admin area?


#6

What does it show when trying to login?


#7

does not say anything. It just does not load


#8

I’ll check that for you


#9

Your website loads fine on my end

Try clearing your browser cache, hit CTRL+F5, and flush your DNS.


#10

Yes, it took 5 minutes to load


#11

5 seconds on my end :slight_smile:
Please run a speed test and share your results here


#12

Hi @Vorovtsev!

The problem are your Wordpress plug-ins consuming too much of MySQL resources.

To remove them manually, please go to File Manager > /public_html/wp-content/plugins and rename the plug-ins you want to remove by adding a dash in front of them.


#13

#14

Try @NGiNX solution, I think it’ll solve your issue


#15

Removed everything without which I can manage, but the jetpack again signaled that the site is lying


#16

Your website is loading fine now. 5 seconds delay. Press CTRL+F5 to refresh the webpage.

but the jetpack again signaled that the site is lying

What? :confused:


#17

The notification came from the Jetpack plug-in that the site is unavailable.


#18

Oh yes, that because Jetpack has been disabled for your website.


#19

But the site is still unavailable


#20

Have you removed all your plug-ins?

What themes do you have installed? can you remember.?..