How to fix 400 Bad request error in Nginx


#21

Laakh take wali baat


#22

EasyEngine is self hosted CloudWays (lmao)


#23

achaaaaaa :laughing::sweat_smile:


#24

How much EasyEngine paid you?

I think you’re

EXPOSED


#26

I may hate everything about cw…

But one thing is there special

  • Real time - live support, backup, restore, clone; which eliminates the frustrating moment.

#27

using EasyEngine beta on production site and it is flying omg


#28

It’s good enough for newbies and apparently better than Bluehost.


#29

yes you leave some scope to reply back :face_with_hand_over_mouth::hugs:

thanks :slight_smile:


#30

Haan bhai


#31

May be best for marketing (a process of scamming for money)


#32

Rushikesh ki koi madat kar do ya fir easyengine install karvao


#33

Yes, i understand
Sounds great! But hard to trust third party when they will pull leg (dhokhaa denge)


#34

Rushikesh is wasting his own time. If he is unable to figure out how a unmanaged WordPress hosting works and he is serious about blogging, he should consider moving to something like Cloudways rather than installing EasyEngine.


#36

2 commands only yaar, then he will never need to open putty


#37

I was getting 1 sec TTFB on cloudways and they never fixed it. big scam


#38

It’s your job not Cloudways’


#39

dear it was fresh wordpres install


#40

Your server was probably overloaded, your didn’t implement proper caching, you tested from wrong location.

Or you’re expecting too much from cheapest plan.


#41

Can you provide me server login credentials, old host cPanel? I will migrate in next few minutes

Email: admin at gulshankumar.net


#42

only 1 site on $5 server