Resource Limits

Our servers utilize CloudLinux to protect clients from potential overconsumption of other clients. What CloudLinux does, is essentially boxing your website into its own little environment, where it's shielded from all other clients.
This partly ensures that you always get what you pay for - which is stability and speed. It also brings great options that would otherwise not be possible - such as the ability to select which PHP version you wish to use, regardless of the one employed by the server.

The limits that are set in place for our hosting plans can be found below.

Starter Package, Advanced Package

CPU: 100% out of 1 CPU Core
Memory: 2.5GB
Max PHP Processes: 30
Total Max Processes: 50
I/O: 5 MB/s
Inodes: 600,000


Enterprise Package

CPU: (100% out of 1 CPU Core) + (50% out of 1 CPU Core)
Memory: 2.5GB
Max PHP Processes: 50
Total Max Processes: 50
I/O: 5 MB/s
Inodes: 600,000

Reseller Standard, Premium, Professional, Corporation

CPU: (100% out of 1 CPU Core) + (50% out of 1 CPU Core)
Memory: 2.5GB
Max PHP Processes: 50
Total Max Processes: 50
I/O: 5 MB/s
Inodes: 600,000

Reseller Subaccounts (accounts created by the Reseller)

CPU: 100% out of 1 CPU Core
Memory: 1.5GB
Max PHP Processes: 30
Total Max Processes: 50
I/O: 5 MB/s
Inodes: 600,000



We fully understand if these values may not make much sense to you. If that's the case, head over to our Live Chat, or open a ticket to our Sales-team, and we'll help you find the correct package for your needs. Note that the absolute majority of websites will fit perfectly into our Starter or Advanced plans.

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