Strange Problem with Centos Zpanel (No data received in Chrome)

Hello, I am facing a strange problem, With First package of digital ocean (512 Mb RAM), I have installed zpanel on CentOs, The Problem is for about 60% requests When trying to access my sites through chrome- , , or

it says no data received with blank output , with this in more button - Unable to load the webpage because the server sent no data. Error code: ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE

I am not sure but I think It works fine with other browsers, and this error has significantly increased with the increase in Traffic.

So now my questions-

  1. Should I try bigger plan with Cpanel
  2. I know it’s hard to tell, but is the problem due to low configuration or Zpanel or anything else?


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Thanks for the info, <br>The problem came out to be of low configuration (512 MB ram), <br>and now upgrading to 2GB Ram plan, <br>I never saw it again, <br> <br>And yes that’s true, playing around with servers is both easy and fun, <br>Now it’s working fine with Zpanel. <br> <br>Thanks again.

<b>“Should I try bigger plan with Cpanel”</b> <br> <br>Are you reselling hosting to a bunch of users? If not, try going w/o a control panel, first. IMHO, control panels simply add (i) another layer of complexity and (ii) another possible point of failure. <br> <br>Control panels obviously have their place; but, I have yet to come across a rational reason for using a control panel outside of situations where you need to automate the process of creating accounts for a bunch of users that have no clue and/or no desire to learn about the command line. <br> <br>If you want to go into the web-hosting business like GoDaddy, cPanel presents a GREAT value. If you’re hosting your own sites (even if they are several), you’re (i) wasting your money and (ii) cheating yourself from learning how things on a server actually work. <br> <br>Even if <i>you</i> do not have much experience with the command line, DigitalOcean publishes many, quality, easy-to-follow tutorials that cover just about every task you may need to carry out.