Magento Error

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I installed Magento in my website: d2agency.x10.mx

Newer versions were not installing because of insufficient space. Can I have a disk upgrade to 1.5 GB or more?

I tried installing old version of less space, which shows 503 Error.

What can be done to use Magento?
 

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Not all scripts will work properly with free hosting due to its limitations. Unfortunately we can not test them all beforehand. Due to the requirements of Magento it has now been removed from Softaculous app installer as well.

Does the older version require an older version of PHP? If so you can change that under "Extra Features" -> "Select PHP Version".

We can only provide limited support for third party scripts. By looking in error log you may be able to find clues as to what could cause it, you can find these under "System Info & Files" -> "Site Summary / Statistics / Logs".

Increase in space will only occur once 75 % of the allotted is used, with the account in good standing towards ToS as well.
 

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Not all scripts will work properly with free hosting due to its limitations. Unfortunately we can not test them all beforehand. Due to the requirements of Magento it has now been removed from Softaculous app installer as well.

Does the older version require an older version of PHP? If so you can change that under "Extra Features" -> "Select PHP Version".

We can only provide limited support for third party scripts. By looking in error log you may be able to find clues as to what could cause it, you can find these under "System Info & Files" -> "Site Summary / Statistics / Logs".

Increase in space will only occur once 75 % of the allotted is used, with the account in good standing towards ToS as well.

Thanks for the reply.
I have found out the problem:
Magento requires more then 50,000 inodes while I have a limit of 50,000.

Is that limited in free hosting? I understand that Magento is very complex as compared to WooCommerce, OpenCart, PrestaShop etc
 

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Thanks for the reply.
I have found out the problem:
Magento requires more then 50,000 inodes while I have a limit of 50,000.

Is that limited in free hosting? I understand that Magento is very complex as compared to WooCommerce, OpenCart, PrestaShop etc
That is indeed a limitation of free hosting.

Our premium hosting offers a significantly higher Inode limit (and if needed there are plans that can expand on that as well), premium hosting is an affordable option.
 
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