If you face any error while performing basic actions in the File Manager (uploading, deleting, extracting files, etc.), take a look below 👇
001 Connection Aborted
This error happens when there's a network issue and the connection to the server is interrupted.
To solve it, try using another internet network, e.g., WiFi instead of mobile data, or vice versa.
400 Bad Request
This indicates an error in the client's request to the server. It means that the server can't or won't process the request due to an issue with the request itself.
You may use SSH commands for the actions you were trying to make in the file manager. If the issue persists, check that the file format is correct and the file is not corrupted or damaged.
This indicates that the server understood the client's request but refused to fulfill it. It means that the server is denying access to the requested resource for some reason. To solve it, fix file permissions.
404 Not Found
This indicates that the server can't find the requested resource (the specific URL or file).
You may use SSH commands for the actions you were trying to make in the file manager.
If you need any further assistance, contact the Customer Success team, and we'll give you a hand!
This indicates that the request cannot be completed due to a conflict with the current state of the target resource. It is typically used in situations where the server detects a conflict between the client's request and the server's existing data.
To solve it, try the following suggestions:
Use another internet network, another browser, and/or another device