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Error 500 instead of 509

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Steven_K, Oct 27, 2003.

  1. Steven_K

    Steven_K Member

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    Hi

    Whenever accounts get suspended for exceeding the bandwidth limit, I get an error 500 (internal server error) page instead of error 509.

    Example: http://bee.compactvision.net

    Anybody know why this is happening?
     
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    Well, thats pretty stupid.

    Im just getting people saying their sites aint working when its cos the b/w has exceeded - the error 500 doesnt say that though.

    Anyway to change it back??
     
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    I'd think twice about changing it back... if you've got a customer there that's listed #2 for their keywords, one spidering by Google will knock them out.

    Either way ... they call/email you and you know what the problem is. I would explain to them the whole search engine thing and why 'you' thought it was a good idea to prevent this from happenging to them with search engines.
     
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    #5 Steven_K, Oct 27, 2003
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