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Are you facing server-side issues with your website? Whenever you own a website, you buy it from a web hosting site, a web hosting site or a server has many websites under it and it contains all the information about all the websites. Web hosting server also includes all the information present on your website.
As it is a machine, it also has faults. It might not sometimes work correctly due to lower maintenance, or might face some technical issues even if appropriately maintained.
These technical issues might be because of power issues at the server-side. These power-related issues might be due to the lack of generators. Also, the server might be down due to any routers or switches which have failed to work.
These are some server-side issues, but they're also maybe client-side issues, which may be because of slow internet connection or no internet connectivity to your computer.
All the web hosting service providers or internet service providers try to keep the websites and server up as long as possible, but errors occur when such massive servers are maintained. Often, there are no possibility of mistakes and things are done correctly, but as humans, we commit mistakes. So, in spite of the security and maintenance, there might be problems, and once a problem occurs at the server end, the service providers try to resolve it as soon as possible. Also, even the firewalls protect the server’s hackers nowadays are so smart and powerful that they can break through any firewall, and these firewalls might be a piece of cake if not appropriately maintained. So, once a website is down, there also may be some malware attack on the site, which might take some time for the security team to resolve the problem.
So, whenever a website is down or is not working you must wait for some time for the site to be up again, or, no one can guess how much time does a website take to be up. All you need to do is wait, wait, and wait.
Now, when you own a website, you will always be worried about your website audience once the site goes down. So, to keep track of your website or server, you can check the status of your server by any online tool.
Go to your browser, search for any server status checker online and then click on the server you want to check the status and click on "check status." and the online tool shows the server status on which your website is running. You can check the status up to 100 URLs at once. So, you can also enter all the sites you own on that particular server and then check the status whether the server is up or down.
Here are some status codes which you can come through while checking your server status:
200 OK: The server received your request and will send it back.
301: It means the URL has been moved permanently to another URL.
302: The URL has some temporary redirection and maybe up after some time.
307: Same as the 302 status.
400: The server did not understand your request.
401: You are not an authorized user you do not have access to the website.
403: The server chose not to show the data to you even if you are an authorized user.
404: The page you are searching for is not found or does not exist.
410: The page exists, but now has been deleted from the server.
500: Internal Server Error, means the server has undergone with some technical issue.
If you come through any of these status codes, then you can wait for these to solve as they are temporary issues and gets resolved within no time. A website owner always wants his site to be up as he would lose his viewers and all he might not be able to publish his content on the site, by which he would lose his income. Also, the page ranking of his websites would go down by lack of traffic on his website. So, he must keep sure that after his site goes up, he updates the content and always keeps his readers updated.
Also, remember to keep a check on the status of servers to take precautions as the server goes down.
Happy blogging. Cheers!!