The term "disk space" may also be labeled as "disk quota" or "data storage", still all these terms refer to the exact same thing - the amount of information that you'll be able to upload to a shared hosting account. The total size of everything you have is determined by accumulating the storage space used by the overall content within the account, the most apparent being the types of files that you upload. Two more things are usually ignored by a lot of users, though - e-mail messages and databases. Sizable attachments and databases of huge script-driven internet sites will often use a lot of storage space too. In order to use a more common analogy, the hard disk space of your home computer is taken not only by files you download, but also by documents you write together with software programs you install. Likewise, numerous things are counted towards the disk space your info takes on a web site hosting server, not just the uploads.
Disk Space in Shared Hosting
In order to match the processing potential behind all of our cloud website hosting packages, we've thought over and employed the most effective solution related to disk space - your hosting account will not be created on a single server, but on a cluster platform. For that reason, what we've built is an entire group of servers that is dedicated to the file storing only, so you should never be worried about not having enough hard drive space and having to switch to a different server as your present one can not accommodate more data. When extra space is necessary, we add more machines to our cluster, so the disk space is limitless. Still, all of our shared hosting are intended to be employed for sites, not for an archive of large files. We have separate machines for the databases and the e-mail messages.