Anytime you upload a file on a web hosting server, it will take an amount of storage space on the hard drive depending on its particular size. In the event that you have a script-driven internet site which stores its information in a database, it will need more disk space, the more people use it. To give an example, in the event that you have a message board, the greater amount of comments people write, the larger the database will get. E-mail messages, in particular ones having attachments, also require some space in the website hosting account. The hard disk space quota that you get with your shared web hosting supplier is the amount of data you could have at any given moment, it contains site files, e-mails and databases. Similarly, a PC has a hard disk and the programs installed on it as well as all of the documents and / or music files that you make or download take some space, which cannot exceed the overall capacity of your hdd.

Disk Space in Shared Web Hosting

All our shared web hosting packages were made with the concept that not enough disk space shouldn't be something that should prevent the development of your sites. That is why we have applied an approach which is distinct from the one that most hosting suppliers take - rather than making all of the accounts on one server and subsequently running out of disk space, we use a cloud hosting platform where the storage is handled by a wide collection of servers. As a result, we can add more machines if they are necessary and more HDDs, so as to offer extra disk space for all of the files of our valued clients. Different clusters handle your email messages and your databases, therefore not only will you be able to increase the size of your web sites without having to worry about space, but also all of the servers will perform better and faster owing to the fact that each service has its own storage space and an individual server does not handle various kinds of files.

Disk Space in Semi-dedicated Servers

Owing to the fact that all our semi-dedicated server packages are quite powerful, we've decided not to limit the disk space feature when we have created them. Our understanding is that if you acquire a powerful plan, it's likely that you've got a lot of website info, so each and every semi-dedicated server plan offers you unrestricted hdd space, which will enable you to center on developing your websites without having to worry if you'll suit some quota. Your hosting account will be created using a cloud website hosting system in which the emails, files and databases have their individual groups of servers, therefore not only will the machines perform more effectively considering that only a single type of system processes will operate on them, but also you will not ever have to worry for the disk space since we'll add as many servers or hard disk drives to each and every cluster as required.

Disk Space in Dedicated Servers

Because of the disk space that we offer with our dedicated servers, we guarantee that you can operate any type of website irrespective of its size. You will get at least 500 GB storage, which you're able to employ as you see fit - even for private file depository. By default, you'll have 2 separate hard disk drives, that can be employed on their own, in order to use their total storage space, or they can be used in RAID so that one will be a duplicate the other in real time to make sure that you'll not waste important data in case of a hardware failure. We also give you the option to put more hard disks and increase the overall HDD space available even more. This makes it possible for you to create a file or image depository portal without any problems if you'd like. Thanks to the DirectAdmin and cPanel hosting Control Panels that we provide, you can easily make a separate account for each and every domain name that you host on your server and set a quota for the storage it can use. When you select the 3rd option, our custom Hepsia Control Panel, all your domain names will be operated from a single and they'll share the total server disk storage.