Website broken - Using since November 2017

From last 2 months am facing minor issues…
The first issue I have faced was error occurred while running Auto-update of WordPress…and many broken images on the website.

Now if I upload any type of file through any FTP software the file will be deleted automatically within minutes and sometimes FTP showing many errors like unable to create a temporary file to upload, “blob” error, and many time it stuck for hours.

Now I have a backup of my website and want it to upload it to the server so that I can restore it but I can’t able to do that.

Please help me to resolve it. And I want to know the reason for this.

@onlyclickskkl said:
From last 2 months am facing minor issues…
The first issue I have faced was error occurred while running Auto-update of WordPress…and many broken images on the website.

This sounds like a botched WordPress upgrade. There are ways to try and repair a half finished upgrade (just upload a fresh copy of WordPress to your website and overwrite any existing files).

@onlyclickskkl said:
Now if I upload any type of file through any FTP software the file will be deleted automatically within minutes and sometimes FTP showing many errors like unable to create a temporary file to upload, “blob” error, and many time it stuck for hours.

https://infinityfree.net/support/why-are-my-files-deleted-after-uploading/

@onlyclickskkl said:
Now I have a backup of my website and want it to upload it to the server so that I can restore it but I can’t able to do that.

Can you please elaborate on why you are unable to restore the backup? What issue do you experience and what kind of help are you looking for?

I have upgraded the Wordpress by manually.
Now my issue was if I upload my backup to the server to restore it, it will be deleted automatically within seconds or while on the process of restoring.

I have tried many times it shows error while uploading like I mentioned above or it will be deleted after my upload.

I have gone through the link you provided. My file is nothing but a backup file created using “All in One WP Migration” plugin. File size was about 250MB. I tried to upload through FileZilla also. Same happens.

@onlyclickskkl said:
I have gone through the link you provided. My file is nothing but a backup file created using “All in One WP Migration” plugin. File size was about 250MB. I tried to upload through FileZilla also. Same happens.

10 MB is the limit and anything greater than 10MB uploaded to the server will be deleted.

@onlyclickskkl said:
I have gone through the link you provided. My file is nothing but a backup file created using “All in One WP Migration” plugin. File size was about 250MB. I tried to upload through FileZilla also. Same happens.

https://infinityfree.net/support/why-are-my-files-deleted-after-uploading/

Above topic can help you

One suggestion for you: Extract the backup file (.zip or .rar) on your PC and then upload all the files of your website from that backup to htdocs using filezilla replacing all the files already present.

That’s not a compressed file. It was “.wpress” file created by All in One WP Migration plugin.

I have gone through the topic but none of the conditions affects my file.

@UnknownLolz said:

10 MB is the limit and anything greater than 10MB uploaded to the server will be deleted.

You can upload a file which is more than 10mb using external FTP programs. That was not a problem. I have uploaded large files many times earlier in my same account.

@onlyclickskkl said:
That’s not a compressed file. It was “.wpress” file created by All in One WP Migration plugin.

I have gone through the topic but none of the conditions affects my file.

I thought it was compressed file created as backup by WordPress Backup Plugin and then downloaded on PC as a compressed file.

@onlyclickskkl said:

@UnknownLolz said:

10 MB is the limit and anything greater than 10MB uploaded to the server will be deleted.

You can upload a file which is more than 10mb using external FTP programs. That was not a problem. I have uploaded large files many times earlier in my same account.

No, you can’t upload a file which is more than 10 MB even using external FTP Programs.
Your file is getting removed because you had uploaded file greater than 10 MB and that’s the problem. You must check this article https://infinityfree.net/support/why-are-my-files-deleted-after-uploading/

Any file uploaded greater than 10 MB will be deleted automatically. So, instead of wasting your time on uploading file it’s better to keep a copy of your wordpress installation by creating a compressed file of all the files on .htdocs and exporting database of your wordpress site manually from free hosting.

@onlyclickskkl said:
That’s not a compressed file. It was “.wpress” file created by All in One WP Migration plugin.

I have gone through the topic but none of the conditions affects my file.

That is why you should create backups the old fashioned way: with a zipped archive of your website directory and a database dump from phpMyAdmin. Fancy plugins with fancy custom file formats just creates more moving parts which can and will break.

Maybe it’s possible to extract the migration file (usually these custom formats are just archives) or maybe it’s possible to import it in a WordPress installation on your own computer and transplant that installation to your hosting account.

But this should be a good reminder not to rely on a specific backup format of a particular PHP script.

@onlyclickskkl said:

@UnknownLolz said:

10 MB is the limit and anything greater than 10MB uploaded to the server will be deleted.

You can upload a file which is more than 10mb using external FTP programs. That was not a problem. I have uploaded large files many times earlier in my same account.

Nope, this is (or at least should be) impossible. All files greater than 10 MB which touch the server are automatically.

If you use an external file manager which supports extracting archives “on the server”, keep in mind that files are extracted on the file manager server, not the FTP server. If the file manger extracts the archives and uploads it’s contents, the large file doesn’t touch our servers.

The File Transfer Protocol (FTP) does what it’s name says: it allows you to transfer files. FTP doesn’t support extracting archives on the server.

@onlyclickskkl said:
That’s not a compressed file. It was “.wpress” file created by All in One WP Migration plugin.

I have gone through the topic but none of the conditions affects my file.

You can upload even those large files from your WordPress Dashboard; Not directly upload through FTP.

I have used All in One WP Migration many times, file size was 50MB, and I managed to upload it only through the official process via your WP dashboard.

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