cPRex

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Hey there, @techprosolutions!

If you are seeing a 503 error that means the server is unable to handle the request. Without root access to the machine you may not be able to view the Apache logs of the system, so troubleshooting this could be difficult.

If you have root access to the machine I like to run this command while loading the page with the error:

Code:
tail -f /etc/apache2/logs/error_log
as that will let you watch the Apache error_log file in real time while you load the site. If you do not have root access to the machine you may need to speak with your hosting provider or datacenter to see if they can get you more details on the error message.