Whenever you upload a file on a web hosting server, it will need a certain amount of space on the hdd depending on its overall size. In case you operate a script-driven internet site which stores its data in a database, you will need more space, the more people make use of it. For instance, in the event that you have a message board, the greater amount of opinions people leave, the greater the database will get. Emails, in particular ones which have attachments, also need some space in the site hosting account. The disk space quota that you will get with any website hosting supplier is the full amount of data you can have at any moment, it incorporates website files, messages plus databases. Likewise, a home PC has a hard disk drive and the computer software installed on it and any docs or music files that you make or download take some storage space, which cannot exceed the overall capacity of the hard disk.

Disk Space in Website Hosting

To suit the processing performance behind our cloud web hosting packages, we've studied and employed the most effective option for the disk space - your hosting account will not be created using one server, but using a cluster system. Because of this, what we have created is an entire collection of servers that is dedicated to the file storing only, consequently you should never worry about not having enough HDD space and having to migrate to a different server as your existing one can not accommodate more info. In the event that more space is necessary, all we have to do is attach extra machines to the cluster, so the hard drive space is unlimited. Needless to say, all of our Linux website hosting packages were made to be used for web sites, not for an archive of big files. We also have separate machines for all the databases as well as the e-mails.

Disk Space in VPS Hosting

All our virtual private servers come with disk space quotas proportional to the processing power that you will get with each and every package. Getting a higher plan, for example, it is more likely that you'll host multiple domains or a big web site, therefore the hdd storage will increase as you upgrade the plan. When you use our Hepsia hosting Control Panel, all of the domains will share the storage space, while if you select DirectAdmin or cPanel, you're able to set up separate web hosting accounts and preset a pre-defined volume of the total VPS space for each specific domain. You will even be able to share out disk space from one domain to another when necessary. If you start with a particular VPS package and you need additional space in the future, you are able to upgrade to a better plan with just a couple of clicks from your billing area. The extra resources will be placed in your active plan with no downtime or content migration.

Disk Space in Dedicated Web Hosting

Using our Linux dedicated servers hosting packages you will get all the hard disk space that you will need for your websites, databases, e-mail messages and applications. Hundreds of gigabytes of storage space will be at your disposal and not shared with anyone else, therefore you're able to upload any content you may need - site files, personal or company archive backups, and many more. You will have at least two separate hard disks that work well in RAID, so that one of the drives will mirror the other one in real time in order to make sure that all your important information is always backed up. If you prefer, you'll be able to use the hard drives separately and use the full space the way you see fit. When necessary, you may also get additional hard disks linked to your server to get even additional storage space. You have the option to make hosting accounts with pre-set hdd storage allowances when you order the server with cPanel or DirectAdmin for the website hosting Control Panel. Choosing Hepsia, which is your third Control Panel alternative on the order page, all domains hosted on the server will share the HDD space and they'll be handled from a single account. In each case, our dedicated packages will satisfy your demands no matter what type of website you need to host.