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Actual Server Path This is a common problem associated with a lot of content management systems such as Joomla and WordPress that don't inform the site administrators that you are required to use actual server path and not that of the public_html or www folder. Using /tmp/ will not use example.com/tmp/ but rather attempt to access the tmp in the root of ...
From what I've uncovered on the Windows version of Zend Server, the .user.ini file must be in the actual folder of the executing script – being in the document root is not adequate. It's unfortunate and often inconvenient, but I haven't found another solution thus far.
Judging from the question here, a similar problem was fixed by changing: define("RECAPTCHA_VERIFY_SERVER", "www.google.com"); to: define("RECAPTCHA_VERIFY_SERVER", gethostbyname("www.google.com"));
You could look at a VPS (Virtual Private Server, sometimes referred to as a blade), which basically is a large server shared with multiple users, but in a way they can not interfere with eachother (one could be using 100% of its CPU without you knowing so). They can easily be upgraded, you can add memory, or cpu, or bandwidth, or all of it, just by going to ...
Now a days Godaddy allows us to buy a higher physical Resource Level. Buy 1024 and use less plugins, I had same issue with my site but I used fewer plugins and bought 1024 (Resource Level 2). Now my site is running well with 10k visitors daily.
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