The disk space function displays the total amount of data that you are able to have on a cloud website hosting server at any time. With a personal computer, for instance, this is the size of your hdd or the overall capacity of all hard disks in the event that your computer has more than a single one. The same way that the space on a PC is divided between installed software, docs, your music and so forth, the server hdd space is ordinarily divided between site files, databases and emails. Every file, folder or email message takes some space on your server, which means you should take into account a lot of factors, not just the size of the files that you upload. For example, getting big email attachments or using a script-driven site in which the user-generated information is saved in a database may also affect the hdd space you use.

Disk Space in Cloud Website Hosting

We've created our Linux cloud website hosting with the idea that the hard disk storage should never be a problem for your websites. While many hosting providers produce accounts using a single server, and as a matter of fact, the most famous Control Panels are made to work solely on this type of platform, we've applied an alternative approach. We have groups of servers that take care of each part of the hosting service, so that your files will be stored on a single cluster, the emails on another,the databases using a third one, etcetera. Through this cloud platform we achieve a couple of things - the disk space is virtually endless considering that we can easily link as many servers and hard disk drives to our clusters as needed, and we improve the overall effectiveness of each and every machine due to the fact that just a single type of processes will operate on it. This tailor-made setup will help you enlarge your sites as you see fit without worrying about not having enough hard drive storage.

Disk Space in VPS Web Hosting

Our virtual private servers come with disk space allocations proportional to the computing power that you get with every plan. By using a greater plan, for example, it is more likely that you'll host numerous domains or just a single large web site, hence your disk space grows as you upgrade your plan. When you choose our Hepsia hosting Control Panel, all the domains will share the storage space, and if you pick cPanel or DirectAdmin, you will be able to set up independent hosting accounts and allocate a limited volume of the whole VPS storage for every individual domain. You will even be able to reallocate hdd storage from one domain to another when needed. When you acquire a particular VPS package and you need more space in the future, you'll be able to update to a greater plan with just a couple of mouse-clicks in your billing section. The extra resources will be placed in your existing plan with no downtime or content migration.

Disk Space in Dedicated Servers Hosting

The minimum disk storage that you can get when you use our dedicated servers is 500 gigabytes. You will have two separate hard disks, 250 gigabytes each, and it'll be up to you the way you'll allocate this storage space. You can have the hard drives in RAID, so all of your content will be safe as one of the drives will be a real-time mirror of the other one, or perhaps you are able to have them operate independently, in order to use the total storage space volume that'll be at your disposal. The hard disk space of all our Linux dedicated servers hosting is enough for everything - huge Internet shops, file depository portal, private archive clone, and much more. We will never restrain your web sites in terms of the hard disk storage they require. In case that they start increasing, we give you the possibility to add extra hard drives to your present server as needed. When you obtain the server with cPanel or DirectAdmin for the hosting Control Panel, you're able to make a different account for every single hosted domain name and set some hdd storage allowance for it. With Hepsia all of the domains will be hosted in a single and they will share the total server storage space.