How to Disable 500 Internal Server Error on Godaddy Windows Hosting

How to Disable 500 Internal Server Error on Godaddy Windows Hosting

GoDaddy windows server by default show generic 500 Internal Server Error page instead of showing actual detailed error message. The default page prevent application developers from debugging web application because actual error message not visible. The detailed error message give detailed error description along with line number so developer can…continue reading →

What is Difference Between DNS CNAME & A Record

CNAME stands for Canonical Name for a domain. CNAME is an alias records that create association between a sub-domain and antother domain or subdomain. And, A Record simply creates an association between a domain/sub-domain name and an IP Address. Example CNAME -> -> you can see above…continue reading →

Setting up website in WHM server

WHM? is a Web Host Manager tool that allows server administrators to quickly and easily add new web hosting accounts on a WHM enabled Web server.? Here is steps to create new hosting account without hassle. Log into WHM account with your username and password. Click the Create a New…continue reading →

Permission denied error with godaddy cron job

Cron is a Linux command tool that allows you to schedule tasks unattended at a specified time interval. There are several ways to schedule commands to run. You can run any available command or script like php, perl and shell script as a Cron Job. It run specified command and send output to the user or email id specified in the configuration. This is common error godaddy user face when they run Cron job first time. The Godaddy Cron Manager only ask for the script file to run. You need to give executable file path separately otherwise php file will be run with shell script and produce permission denied error. To over come this problem you simply need to use php executable path as first argument and full path of the script as second argument. Here is the correct Godady executable path. Shell: /bin/sh Perl : /usr/bin/perl PHP4: /web/cgi-bin/php PHP5: /web/cgi-bin/php5 Exmple Cron Job: /web/cgi-bin/php /home/content/youraccount/html/run_cron.php