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Web Hosting Bandwidth Explained including cPanel tool

In this article, I’m going to be explaining as simply as possible how Web Hosting Bandwidth (sometimes mentioned as Data Transfer) works, and I’ll also try to answer all the questions that might come to mind when thinking about Bandwidth for your websites.

Bandwidth is the amount of data that can be Transmitted between users (Website Visitors) and a Server concurrently.

It is measured in terms of MB/s (Megabyte Per Second). But most Hosting companies express Bandwidth in terms of GB/s (Gigabyte Per Second) to simplify things.

You can think of Bandwidth as a file transfer

When you upload your website files on a web hosting server and configure it to go live, each time a person visits any part of your website (index.html or some inner page), an HTTP request is sent over to your server to fetch a copy of the file/page to be served on the visitor’s browser.

Bandwidth info

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[solved] e1000e: probe of 0000:04:00.0 failed with error -2

Strange fix for IntelĀ® (ESB2/Gilgal) 82563EB Dual-Port Gigabit Ethernet Controller
Error: “e1000e: probe of 0000:04:00.0 failed with error -2”

Supermicro X7DBR-E

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Fixing Fatal PHP PharException without disabling your accelerator

When you encounter Fatal error: PharException with message __HALT_COMPILER(); must be declared in a phar the easiest solution to keep your project environment the same is to convert the phar file into multiple PHP files and include them in the classic style !

Phar archive

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Old WHTOP server uptime: 2730 days

We deliver our website services with 100% uptime. See our server screenshot proving 2730 days uptime, before being changed for a much newer machine.

Uptime 2730days

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How to install eAccelerator in PHP 5.3 under CentOS 6

Current working system:

  • CentOS 6.4 final
  • PHP 5.3.3
  • Apache 2.2.15

Here is the issue: once you install eaccelerator (RPM from EPEL CentOS Repository with command: yum install php-eaccelerator) and phpMyAdmin (also from RPM), you notice a big issue.


Php will start crashing running phpMyAdmin and in apache error logs.
[notice] child pid NUMBER exit signal Segmentation fault (11)

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