The cron task runs in a different environment that the shell access does, and this might provoke an error related to the project paths. This is why you have to set the full path for the Symfony2 console script, just as the cron sees it. php /var/www/vhosts/example.com/symfony_projects/myProject/app/console my:command Related Articles . . . Read more
Login to your shared hosting control panel, click on the domain you need to find out about resource usage. Click on the statistics title then “Summary Report”.
Getting Started How to Log in to the Control Panel How to Upload your Files How to Enable SSH Access How to Create and Manage Databases Email How To Set Up Your Email How To Set Up Your Email Client (Mail.app, Outlook, Thunderbird) How to Use the Google Mail Service . . . Read more
This guide is intended to help new users of shared hosting get their files onto our servers It’s important to remember to put your web files in the httpdocs folder and your secure files in the httpsdocs folder File Manager This is the most basic way to upload, move, and . . . Read more
Adding a contact to your ServerGrove account is not only easy, but it has several benefits as well. Using a secondary account enables access to your client area to your team so they can all ask for support, receive emails from us, and much more. To add a contact to . . . Read more
The control panel is where you control your hosting account and domains. Go to www.ServerGrove.com Click Login in the upper right corner Type your username and password. These should have been provided to you in an email titled “New Hosting Account Information from ServerGrove” You can change the password and . . . Read more
Web files should be placed in your httpdocs and secure files (https) should be placed in your httpsdocs directory.You will see these directories once you log in using your FTP client.
Path to directory: /var/www/vhosts/yourdomain.com HTML directory: /var/www/vhosts/yourdomain.com/httpdocs CGI directory: /var/www/vhosts/yourdomain.com/cgi-bin The server paths may be necessary for CGI scripts and other similar programs, you won’t need them for regular web page uploading. When making FTP connections to upload/download files, you will be placed in the ” yourdomain.com ” portion of . . . Read more
Our web server uses UTF-8 encoding by default. If you have the problem mentioned above, you need to change the default encoding. For php pages, you can create an .htaccess file with the following content: php_value default_charset "iso-8859-1"