Can't upload and inodes limit isn't reached.

Hello everyone, I can’t upload files to my site and I checked my inodes limit and it hasn’t been reached. Also, I had to delete files from the same location because WordPress got a HTTP Error 500, so I don’t know how this is possible. Can anyone help?

Please note that the inode counter is not updated instantly. It's sampled once every so often, so if you just uploaded a large number of files, the counter may show a lower number than the actual number of inodes you've used.

As for the HTTP 500 error, it's impossible to say what might have caused that. But this article can help you get started: https://infinityfree.net/support/http-error-500/
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Please note that the inode counter is not updated instantly. It's sampled once every so often, so if you just uploaded a large number of files, the counter may show a lower number than the actual number of inodes you've used.

As for the HTTP 500 error, it's impossible to say what might have caused that. But this article can help you get started: https://infinityfree.net/support/http-error-500/
I didn't recently upload a new website, so my inodes limit should be correct. The HTTP Error 500 happened because, in the middle of the update to WordPress 5, the server went down for maintenance. It's got to do with your server, because I can't install WordPress Plugins on one of my sites that still work! It asks for FTP details, I put them in, doesn't work, so it must be something to do with your server. Please fix this problem or I'll move to freehosting.com because it actually provides what I need, this hosting site only provides the bare essentials.
If there is any server issue which causes this issue, then yes, it should be addressed.

However, it sounds like at this time, your WordPress installation may have been corrupted because of the failed upgrade. And to remove the HTTP ERROR 500, you will have to fix the WordPress installation yourself, as there is no server setting which can fix a broken script.

A good place to start is the article I linked to before, as it can help to get more information about what the issue is to begin with.

But if the WordPress installation was corrupted, you can just download a fresh copy of WordPress from the official website, extract it, and upload the files on top of your existing WordPress installation, overwriting any files currently there. That way, all corrupted, incomplete and missing files will be fixed, which should allow WordPress to recover on it's own.

I have a fresh copy of WordPress on my laptop and I tried to upload it and it wouldn’t work. I think you should contact IFastNet because I can delete, but I can’t upload or do anything to my sites. I will be planing to move to 5GB free if you don’t fix the problem soon.