Internal Server Error 500

Username (e.g. epiz_XXX) or Website URL


Error Message

Internal Server Error

No response from subprocess (cpanel (cpanel)): The subprocess reported error number 122 when it ended.

cpsrvd/ Server at

Other Information

Cannot access Softaculous Apps Installer. In new tab only this error appears.
It’s after installing e-Commerce and Wordpress.

What can I do?
What should I do?

Did you hit the inode limit?

Inodes Used: 0 % (0 of 30019)

What is your website?
Are you able to access it?


Just templates.

It seems that there is something wrong with the inode counter, it says you have 0 inodes which you can see in the file manager is clearly not true.

I tried to add a script that can count the number of inodes in your website, but I couldn’t because it doesn’t appear to be possible to upload files over FTP anymore. When I tried it with FileZilla, I saw the following error:

553 Can’t open that file: Disk quota exceeded

The “Disk quota exceeded” error means you either have more than 5 GB of files, or more than 30,000 inodes.

So you’ll need to remove some stuff from your account to fix your account.


Disk Quota: 5120 MB
|Disk Space Used:|603 MB|
|Disk Free:|4517 MB|

Hoever INODE statiscics got updated in the night and now I have
Inodes Used: 100 % (50021 of 30019)

Nice! THERE IS NO CONTENT YET! :slight_smile:

How is it possible?

Oh, ant the error changed. No more Error 500. Now it’s more clear:

It appears your account has fully used it’s inode allocation, you will need to delete files to reduce inodes before the script installer will work, or upgrade to premium hosting where we offer over 400,000 inodes !

How long I have to wait after file detetion after Control Panel reflects it?

The inode counter should update about 24 hours after file deletion.


Because the inode counter counts files and directories. If you use a CMS, it often has many thousands of files just for the software itself. And this can go up rapidly once you start installing plugins.

So your website may have 10k+ files and directories before you’ve ever created your first post or page.

And posts and pages tend to be stored in in the database and may not affect your inode usage at all.

For most sites, inodes don’t count “content”, they count software.


Yes, every fact you wrote is true.

I’ve deleted all files from this account, all databases too. Only 1 empty directory is present, 0 KB of files. 2 inodes used.
Second account, Wordpress and plugins, 123,7 MiB and 7926 files. Control panel statistics: Disk Space Used: 0 MB, Inodes Used: 0 % (0 of 30019).

A post was split to a new topic: Storage Limit

Nothing changed in statistics. Oh, well, I just need to learn how this all works :slight_smile:

Case closed.

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