Anytime you upload a file on a web hosting server, it requires an amount of space on the hard disk drive depending on its particular overall size. If you manage a script-driven internet site which keeps its info in a database, it will need more space, the more people work with it. For instance, if you have a community forum, the greater number of opinions people leave, the greater the database gets. E-mails, especially ones having attachments, also need some disk space in the website hosting account. The hard disk space quota that you will get with each shared website hosting provider is the full amount of info you can have at any moment, and this incorporates site files, e-mails plus databases. Likewise, a computer has a hdd and the software programs installed on it along with any docs or music files that you make or download require space, which can't exceed the overall capacity of your hard drive.
Disk Space in Shared Website Hosting
We have created our shared website hosting plans with the idea that the disk space should never be a setback for your sites. While many website hosting providers set up accounts using a single server, and in fact, the most famous Control Panels were made to operate solely on this kind of platform, we have taken an alternative approach. We have groups of servers that manage every single aspect of the web hosting service, which means that your files will be stored on a single cluster, your email on another,the databases using a third one, etc. With this cloud platform we achieve two things - the hard disk space is actually limitless for the reason that we can easily connect as many servers and hard drives to the clusters as needed, and we improve the overall efficiency of every single machine as just a single type of system processes will run on it. This custom setup will help you expand your web sites as you see fit without having to worry about not having enough hdd space.
Disk Space in Semi-dedicated Servers
Considering the fact that our semi-dedicated server plans are really powerful, we have chosen never to restrict the disk space aspect when we have designed them. Our understanding is that if you acquire a powerful plan, it is very likely that you've got plenty of web data, that's why every single semi-dedicated server package provides you with unrestricted hard disk space, which will allow you to focus on enhancing your web sites and not be worried if you'll fit within an allowance. Your website hosting account will be set up using a cloud website hosting platform in which the files, emails and databases have their individual groups of servers, so not only will the machines operate better as just one type of system processes will operate on them, but in addition you will never have to worry about the disk space as we can easily attach as many servers or hard drives to every single cluster as needed.
Disk Space in Dedicated Servers
All our dedicated web hosting plans include a number of hard disks to suit the processing power that you'll get, which means that you will never need to be concerned about running out of disk space. The HDDs can operate in RAID, i.e. one drive can be a copy of another in order to make sure that your data will always be protected, or you can use it individually for even bigger overall storage capacity. Many hundreds of gigabytes of hdd space will be at your disposal at all times, therefore you'll be able to operate large sites, upload big files and copy your own archive. Since a dedicated server is the most powerful type of website hosting, you can upload/download files with very quick speeds. When necessary, we also provide the option to include more HDDs and employ even further space for your content. We provide three hosting Control Panels with the dedicated servers - when you use Hepsia, all domain names will share the full server space and will be managed from a single place, whereas with DirectAdmin and cPanel you will have the alternative to create distinct website hosting accounts with certain disk space quotas for each domain name hosted on your server.