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Reporting Website Related Issues
More often than not, we will need to be able to replicate an issue in order to fix it. Therefore, it is best to provide as much detail as possible when addressing a technical concern. Providing us with sufficient detail will help us to expedite the handling of your request and reduce any fees associated with support services provided.
Description of the problem
Date & Time the incident was encountered.
Device being used: Windows PC, Mac, Tablet, Smart Device
- Web browser being used: Firefox, Internet Explorer, Safari, Chrome, etc. If possible also provide version of browser, typically found under Help > About.
- Steps taken that lead up to the incident (how it can be replicated).
- Web page address (URL) where the incident occurred.
- If E-Commerce related: Customer’s name along with the SKU of the Item the customer was trying to purchase.
- If possible, it would also help to know the internet address of the person who is experiencing the issue. To obtain this, please have them visit http://www.whatismyip.com and provide the IP Address shown.
As much of an inconvenience it may be for you or one of your website visitors/customers to provide this amount of detailed information, the effort at the very least will allow us to rule out recurring instances. Please notify all staff (if applicable) to follow the protocol indicated and include the requested details (on a best effort basis) when reporting issues to us.
Running a Redis Instance
In this tutorial, we will show you how to configure a Redis instance on your account using the WebApps platform.
If you do not see a WebApps section in the Control Panel of your hosting account, this tutorial may not be suitable for your particular hosting environment. Please contact our support team for more information.
You need SSH access to the server in order to make the changes described in this tutorial. If you haven't set up SSH for your account yet, you should do this now.
Depending on your hosting plan, Redis may already be available. You can check if this is the case by running the following command over SSH:
If there is no Redis instance available by default, you will receive an error message. In that case, you can set up a WebApps project to run your own Redis instance.
To do that, you should first create the configuration file for Redis by running the following commands:
After that, you can create and enable the WebApps project:
At this point, Redis should already be up and running.
You can check that by pinging it using the
You will receive a "PONG" reply if everything is working correctly.
In order to use your Redis server from your applications, you will just have to configure them to use the file system socket to connect. The path to the socket should be