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  1. Hi Bitesh, do you have access to your database? It's usually in your Database->phpmyadmin in your cPanel.
  2. Yes, I got the same problem with Prestashop from 2 different hosts. It seems PrestaShop is quite memory hungry, I am already using the best shared hosting I can get without paying for a dedicated server. I am using version, just with some modules came with the theme which is a premium theme from addons.prestashop.com Anyone got have this? Any fix? Thanks in advance.
  3. Hi, I recently have this problem as well. I tried everything suggestions on the forum without success. I manage to narrow the problem down with a simple script : <?php echo copy('domain/upload/image.png', 'image_copy.png') ? 'yes' : 'no'; ?> Just create a new php file in your root and turn your error reporting on please. Then put it in to see if you can use the simple copy function. I found on my server I put a password on the domain privacy directory because It's still in development. And copy failed to work because it require authentication in the error log. So I know what the problem is and turn off the password lock and it works like a charm. Hope this help someone like me.
  4. Hmm, I tried all of above suggestions but none works for me. Everything else goes in fine except the images.
  5. Hi, I run into this issue today many times : "Link to database cannot be established: SQLSTATE[HY000] [1135] Can't create a new thread (errno 11 "Resource temporarily unavailable"); if you are not out of available memory, you can consult the manual for a possible OS-dependent bug" This does not seem to happen to any specified page, it happens to both front-end and back-end pages or tabs. The resource seems to be temporarily unavailable or Mysql out of memory for a sec but if I refresh the page right after it will load no problem. I tried to disable non PrestaShop modules and disable all overrides in debug mode but it still occurs. I also contacted my hosting provider, they don't think it's a server side issue and everything looks OK on their side. I did a bit googling and found this happen to someone else before here and some similar issue with Mysql . Some suggested it will fix it by change PHP to 5.3 but no luck in my case, I am using PHP7 by the way. There is also suggest of changing this /etc/security/limits.conf will work but I can't connect to my host via SSH for some reason. I will keep on trying this next. If anyone knows what's happening or seen it before please let me know. Any help would be much appreciated.
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