Disk Space in Shared Hosting
In order to suit the processing effectiveness behind all our cloud website hosting packages, we've taken into consideration and employed the most effective alternative related to disk space - your hosting account will not be created on a single server, but on a cluster system. Because of this, what we have built is an entire group of servers that is focused on the file storing only, so that you should never concern yourself with running out of hard disk space and having to switch to a new server as your existing one is unable to accommodate more information. In the event that an additional space is required, we simply add more machines to the cluster, so the hard disk space is inexhaustible. Of course, all our shared plans are meant to be employed for sites, not for a repository of large files. We have different machines for all the databases as well as the emails.
Disk Space in Semi-dedicated Servers
With all our semi-dedicated server plans, the disk space characteristic is unrestricted, so that you can center on creating your sites the way you'd like them to be and not be concerned about reaching some restriction. Unlike countless hosting suppliers that set up accounts on just a single server, we take advantage of a custom-built cloud platform, which allows us to supply truly limitless disk storage for each and every account. With just a single machine, there're only so many hard disk drives which can be used, not mentioning that most of the hosting Control Panels weren't meant to function with a large number of servers concurrently. Our system, on the other hand, includes clusters of servers for the site databases, files and emails, plus our tailor-made Hepsia Control Panel was designed to work with it. We are able to install as many servers to each of the clusters as needed at any given time, so the disk space is virtually inexhaustible.
Disk Space in VPS Servers
The hard disk space that we provide with our VPS servers ranges depending on the plan that you pick at the time you register. Using a more powerful server, you will be able to conveniently run lots of sites, which means more content, therefore the higher the VPS plan, the more disk storage you will have available. Shifting from one plan to another usually takes just a few clicks and it won't involve any service disruption. Your web site files, databases and emails will share the the whole amount of space the server comes with, but if you'd like to use preset quotas, you can choose cPanel or DirectAdmin for the hosting Control Panel during the ordering process. Either of the instruments will enable you to create website hosting accounts with limited hard disk storage and if necessary, even to share out space from one existing account to another one. When using the third solution that you'll find on the order page, the Hepsia Control Panel, all domains will share the space.
Disk Space in Dedicated Servers
The minimum amount of hard disk storage which you can get when you use our dedicated servers is 500 gigabytes. You will have two separate hard drives, 250 GB each, and it'll be up to you the best way you'll share out this storage. You may have the disks in RAID, so your information is always protected as one of the drives will be a real-time mirror of the other one, or perhaps you're able to make them function independently, in order to use the total storage volume that is available to you. The storage space of all of our dedicated web hosting plans will do for everything - vast electronic stores, data depository portal, individual archive clone, and much more. We'll never hold back your sites with regard to the HDD space they need. When that they begin growing, we give you the opportunity to add further HDDs to your existing server when needed. When you acquire the server with cPanel or DirectAdmin for the hosting Control Panel, you can also create a unique account for each hosted domain and set a hard disk space quota for it. Using Hepsia all of your domain names will be hosted in a single and they'll share the total server storage.