WordPress Resources at SiteGround

WordPress is an award-winning web software, used by millions of webmasters worldwide for building their website or blog. SiteGround is proud to host this particular WordPress installation and provide users with multiple resources to facilitate the management of their WP websites:

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WordPress tutorial and knowledgebase articles

WordPress is considered an easy to work with software. Yet, if you are a beginner you might need some help, or you might be looking for tweaks that do not come naturally even to more advanced users. SiteGround WordPress tutorial includes installation and theme change instructions, management of WordPress plugins, manual upgrade and backup creation, and more. If you are looking for a more rare setup or modification, you may visit SiteGround Knowledgebase.

Free WordPress themes

SiteGround experts not only develop various solutions for WordPress sites, but also create unique designs that you could download for free. SiteGround WordPress themes are easy to customize for the particular use of the webmaster.

Out of disk space…Log file grown too big?

It’s early in the morning, and you’ve got disk space problems… log file, right?  Yep.   OK, we need a script that will tell us what we need to know ASAP.  Since i experienced this issue multiple times…and since they always happened on Sunday morning…just before i was going to church (how much more inconvenient can it get?)…i created just such a script.  Using two CTE’s i first gather the information i need about the database data files, and then the database log files.  Since there can be multiple physical files for either type, i max and sum the needed values before grouping.  Then, i combine that data with sys.database information.  The result gives me almost all i need to know in a single picture…i’m ready then, with a simple “xp_fixeddrives” to get straight to fixing things. Continue reading “Out of disk space…Log file grown too big?”