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All issues related to LAMP stack for your Magento installation. This can include Apache, Nginx, Lightspeed or any other web server. There is a tag for MySQL so I would reserve those questions for more specific database questions. This can also include vhosts, tuning, tricks and tips.

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you can use the command tail to check the last lines of the files created by Magento Cloud. magento-cloud ssh -e staging tail var/log/cloud.log # if the error is in the setup:install or setup:upgrade …
answered Aug 4 '20 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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You can configure using the command crontab -e, then change the snippet below to follow your structure of files and folders: #~ MAGENTO START * * * * * /usr/bin/php /var/www/html/magento2/bin/magento …
answered Jun 8 '18 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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It's an issue related to the memory limit on your server or installation. Improve these values on your .htaccess and .user.ini file, they're on your root installation folder and in your pub folder. …
answered May 25 '17 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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You just need to run these two commands below to measure the allocated disk and the percentage of usage. Check database $ magento-cloud db:size -e production +----------------+-----------------+---- …
answered Aug 24 '21 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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There are some ways to check it via DB and logs, you will be able the check it via MySQL using this command too: select * from cron_schedule where status='error'; For example: +-------------+-------- …
answered Jul 23 '21 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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You can exclude the non-versioned folders and you can use -9 to compress all the files included in your ZIP. zip -r -9 magento2.zip ./* \ -x "vendor/*" \ -x "generated/*" \ -x "pub/static/*" \ -x "pub …
answered Oct 19 '21 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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Run these commands on the root of your Magento installation to give the permissions on the folders and to update your composer to prevent more issues. composer install && composer update -vvvv && fin …
answered Apr 26 '17 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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The issue was a micro version, depending on your Magento version or PHP version you will have a minimum version. Magento 2.0 (Magerun2 v2.3.3) curl -O https://files.magerun.net/n98-magerun2-2.3.3.phar …
answered Jan 5 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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Probably you changed in a wrong file or you didn't restart your services to load the change. Run this command below to check the upload limits. php -i | grep upload
answered Jul 31 '20 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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The respective indices just need to be indexed when were populated in the CRON table in the database called cron_schedule, like the image below. So, your indices related to the Product Categories a …
answered Sep 13 '17 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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Create the file php.ini at the root of the project. If you need to increase the PHP memory limit: memory_limit = 1024M For a list of recommended PHP configuration settings, see Required PHP settings. …
answered May 19 '20 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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I solved it by running a full reindex. Reindex command is: bin/magento indexer:reindex
answered May 21 '21 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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Check your server logs, probably there is some server incompatibility, you can check possible incompatibilities running this command below: curl -O https://files.magerun.net/n98-magerun2.phar && chmo …
answered Jul 31 '20 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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It's happening because even with a huge amount of space available, you need to allow each service to use a certain amount of GBs using the file .magento/services.yaml # The services of the project. # …
answered Dec 7 '21 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes
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It's happening because production and staging use their own environment. Your development and integration environments share a smaller capacity. You can remove the cronjob setup in your integration a …
answered Dec 8 '21 by Rafael Corrêa Gomes

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