CPU usage (or usage of the Central Processing Unit(s) of the web server the customer’s account is hosted on) – The CPU usage is subject to some regulations. Each hosting account can use up to 10% of the CPU power for no longer than 180 seconds at any given time, and/or the percentage given per 24 hours in the features configuration of the Customer’s plan. HostDoc’s web hosting plans include the following CPU quotas (per 24 hours).
WEB HOSTING PLAN NAME CPU LIMIT
HostDoc strongly recommends that customers be very judicious when using the CPU power for their accounts. We reserve the right to block files or scripts that excessively use CPU. We may suspend also the Customer account in the case of registered impact on other accounts on the server or disturbance caused to its functioning. If we do block or suspend an account, then its owner will be notified of the situation and given an explanation, and/or offered to upgrade to a dedicated or a semi-dedicated web hosting solution
Emails – Users are not allowed to send more than 1500 emails per day/150 emails per hour per hosting account (each email can be sent to a maximum of 50 recipients, as each unique recipient will be counted as one message sent). Users are not allowed to send more than 1500 emails a day using a mailing list (or 1 email to 1500 subscribers, respectively). Each email account is entitled to 10 GB of storage space.
You can manage as many mailboxes as you need under one account as long as you do not interfere with the other users on the server.
If there are more than 3000 mailboxes in a given hosting account, its owner can cause high server load by just modifying a password or changing an alias.
This is why, if a particular mailbox simultaneously accommodates multiple emails and its owner often often executes changes like the ones mentioned above, then we’ll be forced to disable that account and ask the respective client to migrate to a more resource-rich type of a hosting environment where mailbox modification operations cannot lead to server performance issues.
File Quota – There is no file quota limit for any one of our web hosting packages. You are allowed to have an unlimited number of files in your hosting account.
Disk Space & Traffic – HostDoc offers generous amounts of disk space and network bandwidth. Customers must not allow other websites or hosting servers to link to files stored in their hosting accounts, and thus steal network traffic. In order to escape unjust distribution of the resources, as well as possible sharing of illegal content, Customers are not allowed to use their hosting accounts as a remote storage server only or solely for the purpose of sharing (un)archived images, programs or sound files. At least 80% of all files and/or total megabytes used (including MP3, WAV, RA, GIF, JPG, ZIP, RAR, but not limited to these file types) in each hosting account must be a part of actual, active website(s) content, i.e. all content files must have corresponding HTML or PHP files that link to them. Audio, graphics and/or video files must be must be under 25% of the current web hosting disk usage and must never exceed 50 GB in size. Furthermore, such media files may amount to no more than 50% of the customer’s total monthly traffic usage. Upon request, each Customer must be able to prove that a given file is a constituent part of an actual page and not only stored on the server within 24 hours of the request. If the client fails to react within 24 hours after the request and does not remove the file/files in question, or if the apportioned traffic quota continues to be used for such purposes – the Provider reserves the right to suspend the account and/or to remove the aforesaid content from the server. In such cases, refunds are not applicable and the money-back guarantee is no longer valid.
MariaDB/MySQL usage – each database hosted in our system can be used only by the user who created it. Another user, whose account is hosted on the same or on another server, cannot use the database created in the first-mentioned customer account. You can make a maximum of 50 simultaneous connections to a MySQL database.