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Member Since 08 Mar 2020
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In Topic: [Inactive] Php Memory Limit raise request

19 March 2020 - 03:05 AM

Which version of php are you using?

PHP 7.3 (ea-php73)

In Topic: [Inactive] Php Memory Limit raise request

18 March 2020 - 05:55 PM

We can ask Krydos, but in my opinion that's well into VPS territory. What are you doing that needs that much anyway (if it's running XF or WP, they're known memory hogs and the answer is to find different software)?


To give you an idea, the server has 16GB of RAM and ~1300 accounts. You're asking for 1/32 of the entire server's worth of RAM, when it needs to be shared by 1300 people. While the memory is often free now, it can't be raised for a single person. If everyone starts using it, the server will promptly run out of memory.

Hi, thank you for the details, I'm not using Xenforo nor Wordpress.
Xenforo is not free I'm not that kind of person to use a nulled software :).

Also there is no way I'm gonna use all this amount of memory, I need around ~250mb right now, I'm sorry but I had to ask for 500mb.
I'm using opensource software.

I shared my domain name with you I have nothing to hide, I'm sure that you can see my website any time you want.

I forgot that there is apache authentication login.(I know you guys can skip this) I'm keeping SE bots out my website in the moment I'm not finished yet my development.
 I will send you the login information in PM, you and any admin can login and check what I'm doing at any time 

In Topic: [Solved] Unable to host my domain on heliohost

15 March 2020 - 04:46 PM

As far as I know, that is not possible due to how cPanel is designed. Maybe an admin could change it for you. If not, .htaccess is your best bet.

should I create another post? seems like the admin cant see this one!.

In Topic: [Solved] Unable to host my domain on heliohost

14 March 2020 - 12:05 PM

Correct, you should add all appropriate records. The most important will be the A or CNAME records for mail, www, ftp, and cpanel, and the TXT records for mail (DKIM and SPF). If you use webdisk you'll want to add that one as well. You can take a look in the cPanel zone editor to see what they should be.


Keep in mind that if you decide to use subdomains, you'll need to add an A or CNAME record for the new subdomain on CF as well.

I'm very sorry for spamming you guys with my issues posts.

I'm very thankful for where am I now, I need one last thing from you to get everything up and ready.

I need to change my root directory from:




I tried to do it myself with .htaccess

but its dirty trick that can cause errors and issues in the future, not a good idea.

In Topic: [Solved] Unable to host my domain on heliohost

13 March 2020 - 05:01 PM

It's because of Cloudflare. CF is providing the required DNS so the domain is working. I see a login prompt when I visit it. The server is fully ready to accept requests for the domain, but our DNS servers are not cooperating for some reason so nobody was able to find it.


Our name servers have something wrong with them I think. When I query either of them for your domain, I get "query refused", which is an error I've never seen before. I'd normally have Krydos look into this, but since you're using CF it's a moot point anyway.

Yea me too i did not expect this to work at all i just add Cloudflare dns to my domain then i created an A record with my server ip address i also added  HH NS 
i think i should create all the necessary records manually. for example mail.xxx.com , cpanel.xxx.com.