The disk space feature displays the full amount of info that you'll be able to have on a shared hosting server at a time. With a home PC, for instance, this would be the total size of a single hard disk drive or the full volume of all the hard disk drives in the event that your computer has more than a single one. Exactly as the space on a personal computer is shared between installed programs, docs, music etcetera, the server storage space is divided between site files, databases and e-mail messages. Each file, folder and email will take a little storage space on the server, and that means you should take into account numerous factors, not only the size of the files that you upload. For instance, receiving sizeable email attachments or running a script-driven internet site in which the user-generated data is stored in a database also affects the hdd space you use.

Disk Space in Shared Hosting

In order to suit the processing effectiveness behind all our cloud web hosting plans, we've considered and employed the perfect alternative for the disk space - your hosting account will not be generated using a single server, but using a cluster platform. As a result, what we have assembled is an entire collection of servers which is centered on the file storing only, therefore you should never be worried about not having enough hard disk space and having to switch to another server as your existing one can't accommodate more content. In case more space is needed, we add more machines to the cluster, so that the storage space is practically inexhaustible. Of course, all our shared hosting are designed to be used for sites, not for a collection of big files. We also have separate machines for all the databases as well as the email messages.