My website adress cpu limit reached


#1

Please help me…
I was trying to access my website at the web address www.aloevera.net23.net and it comes up with the page CPU limit reached. What does it mean? What can I do for solve this problem? Please help me…
I’m waiting your answers…


#2
  1. If when logged into 000webhost.com your status is suspended

  2. Or when visiting your website you are presented with similar page

    Your account has probably been suspended/deleted so your best option is to

  3. visit www.000webhost.com, create a new account using a new or different email address to previously used on 000webhost and then recreate/reupload your website/data using backups or local files you have.

  4. You could upgrade to premium www.hostinger.com and you can then reupload your website and have no issues with limits.
    Plus if you live chat the support team once you’ve purchased they can migrate the data from your suspended account.

Free accounts aren’t eligible for backups therefore if your site was deleted/suspended you have no backups available sorry.

Reasons why this error occurs or suspension occurs is

You have too many visitors and over load free server resources.
This might be caused by crawlers crawling your site; use robots.txt to limit the crawlers.
If you are using WordPress with lot of plugins your site might be under attack, remove all plugins only keep the one that you are really need.
If you have many add-on installed, your site take too much resources to run.
Your script is taking to much server resources to run.


#3

I have the same error, although my status is Active. Also I have dns mismatch:
Account Information:
Domain meteleff.netau.net
IP Address 31.170.160.91

And dns resolve meteleff.netau.net as
meteleff.netau.net [31.170.160.129]

How to solve this?


#4

@dmitry What your panel looks like??


#5

I still has the OLD one


#6

@dmitry Migrate to new panel to avoid such issues.

If you’ve any issue while migrating…reply back.


#7

Hi, I just read your reply now and I’m not the OP but how would I use robots.txt to limit crawlers on my website? What exactly do I do?
Thanks


#8

@Nubcake Check this link,
http://www.robotstxt.org/robotstxt.html


#9

#10

OP if your account is indeed suspended visit here please http://hostinger.com/special/000webhost