Solved 502 Bad Gateway Error Nginx Problem

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I urgently need solution for 502 bad gateway error nginx. I am stuck here and haven’t found any solution for this problem. Please help me guys in fixing this.

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Answered By 0 points N/A #300738

Solved 502 Bad Gateway Error Nginx Problem

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To fix the error you are having-

  1. Try restarting the Apache web server you are using as this generally fixes the error.
  2. If you are using php fpm daemon instead of Apache, restart that it else restart any app or service you are using
  3. If you are APC cache disable it and use xCache instead

One of the above methods will go a long way in solving your problem and would generally solve it.

Answered By 0 points N/A #300739

Solved 502 Bad Gateway Error Nginx Problem

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To fix the error you are having-

  1. Try restarting the Apache web server you are using as this generally fixes the error.
  2. If you are using php fpm daemon instead of Apache, restart that it else restart any app or service you are using
  3. If you are APC cache disable it and use xCache instead

One of the above methods will go a long way in solving your problem and would generally solve it.

Answered By 574115 points N/A #302175

Solved 502 Bad Gateway Error Nginx Problem

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The “502 Bad Gateway” error is an HTTP status code which means a server on the internet received an invalid response from another server. This is a server-side error which I encountered once on my website. The cause can be a problem with the configuration of your website or from the server itself.

If you have a website and you encounter this, check the files on your site for wrong setting. If nothing seems to be wrong with your site’s configuration, you can assume that the problem is with the server itself and expect that the problem will be fixed after a few hours. Frequently, errors like this are caused by problems between servers online that you have no control over.

What you can do when you encounter this is to try reloading the page. Press F5 on your keyboard to refresh the page or press CTR + F5 to force refresh the page. If this doesn’t work, restart your web browser and open the page or URL again. If this doesn’t work either, empty your browser’s cache.

You can also try deleting the cookies on your browser to possibly remove a corrupt cookie but doing this will log you out of all your account that are currently logged in. Another way is to open the URL or page on a different web browser.

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