The disk space function shows the full amount of information that you can have on a shared website hosting server at a time. With a desktop computer, for example, this is the capacity of one hard disk drive or the overall volume of all the hard disk drives in case that your PC has more than 1. The same way that your space on a home machine is shared between installed software, docs, your music and so forth, the server hard disk space is typically divided between internet site files, databases and e-mail messages. Every file, folder or email uses a little storage space on the server, therefore you should think about a bunch of factors, not just the size of the files that you upload. For example, having big e-mail attachments or having a script-driven site where the user-generated information is saved in a database may also affect the space you are using.

Disk Space in Shared Website Hosting

In order to suit the processing effectiveness behind all our cloud website hosting plans, we've taken into consideration and implemented the most effective solution about the disk space - your account is not created using a single server, but using a cluster system. Because of this, what we have assembled is a large group of servers which is focused on the file storing only, therefore you should never worry about running out of hard disk space and having to move to an additional server since your present one can't accommodate more info. In the event that more space is necessary, we add more machines to the cluster, so that the hard disk space is virtually inexhaustible. Still, all our Linux shared website hosting packages are designed to be employed for sites, not for a database of large files. We have distinct machines for the databases as well as the emails.