Every time you upload information on a web hosting server, it takes a certain amount of storage space on the hard drive dependent on its overall size. In case you run a script-driven internet site which saves its information in a database, it will need more space, the more people work with it. For instance, in case you have a message board, the more comments people leave, the greater the database gets. Email messages, in particular ones using attachments, also require some disk space in the site hosting account. The hard disk space quota that you receive with any shared hosting provider is the overall amount of information you can have at any given moment, and it incorporates web site files, email messages and databases. Similarly, a personal computer has a hard drive and the computer programs installed on it as well as all of the docs or music files that you generate or download require some storage, which can't surpass the full capacity of your hard drive.
Disk Space in Shared Hosting
We have developed our Linux shared hosting with the notion that the hard disk storage will not be a setback for your websites. While many hosting providers set up accounts on a single server, and in fact, the most popular Control Panels are designed to function solely on this type of platform, we have used a different strategy. We have clusters of servers that control each part of the web hosting service, so your files will be stored on a single cluster, the emails on another one,your databases on a third one, etcetera. Using this cloud platform we achieve a couple of things - the hdd space is virtually infinite considering that we're able install as many servers and hard drives to our clusters as needed, and we improve the overall effectiveness of each and every machine because just a single kind of system processes will operate on it. This custom-made setup will allow you to enlarge your websites as you see fit without worrying about not having enough hard disk space.
Disk Space in Semi-dedicated Hosting
Our semi-dedicated server packages have "disk space" as a characteristic in order to highlight that it's truly unlimited. We were able to reach that with the help of an innovative, in-house made cloud hosting system, where your emails, databases and files are stored on separate clusters of servers. We can easily add additional hard drives or entire servers to all of the clusters and whenever necessary, and what's more our web hosting Control Panel is made to support this kind of platform. In contrast, the vast majority of Control Panels on the hosting market can work only on a single server, and irrespective of what various suppliers advertise, they actually generate a number of accounts on a single machine. By using a semi-dedicated server package from us, you'll never need to concern yourself with disk space limits and you are able to direct your attention to expanding your websites.
Disk Space in Dedicated Web Hosting
All of our Linux dedicated web hosting come with several HDDs so as to match the processing power that you'll get, which means that you will never have to be worried about running out of hdd space. The drives can be employed in RAID, which means that a drive can function as a copy of another drive so as to ensure that all of your information will always be backed up, alternatively you can use it separately for even greater full storage space. Many hundreds of gigabytes of hard disk storage space will be available all the time, therefore you'll be able to operate huge sites, upload huge files and even keep a copy of your individual archive. Considering the fact that a dedicated server is definitely the most powerful type of web hosting, you can upload/download files with ultra fast speeds. If needed, we also provide the option to add more hard disks and employ even further space for your content. We offer three hosting Control Panels with the dedicated servers - using Hepsia, all your domains will share the total server space and will be managed from a single place, while with DirectAdmin and cPanel you'll have the option to make separate hosting accounts with pre-selected disk space allocations for every single domain hosted on the server.