There are lots of web host who promise to offer unlimited bandwidth and unlimited space in shared hosting plans but do not mention anything about CPU uses in plans.
I have some wordpress blogs and each blog have approximate 1500-2000 per day traffic these all are hosted under shared hosting plans. My web host blocks my blogs many times within a week due to using more CPU uses. So, I want to know, what is mean of Unlimited bandwidth and Unlimited space. If my blogs have much traffic and these are using more CPU uses then this problem can be solved if web host use some advance software or increase their RAM?
that means the traffic is not metered and there's enough space to store your website files, BUT you could not affect other websites on same server or else the policy is not suitable for you any more. Considering how much a shared hosting be able to handle?
Yes, it is possible to overcome the problem using unlimited hostings. As mentioned by Lincxu it is not metered. However, the infrastructure support of the hosting company should be capable withstanding any number of traffic. Most of the hosting provider offer the unlimited plans as a high end package and might cost more.
Thanks to all for your replies. I think, it is not only my problem but most of the bloggers are facing same problem.
well, This unlimited offers targeting to medium sites.All the hosters with unmetered are keeping some hidden limit..But some professional hosts giving the maximum and I do not feel yours site is very big, if u share the host name can give u some suggestions
There is no such thing like unlimited bandwidth and unlimted disk space. You could never produce unlimited disks to be put on your server. So that is good/bad marketing trick for acquiring new customers. Honestly I have never trusted that kind of companies.
but unlimited disk space and unlimited bandwidth doesn't mean unlimited CPU usage. Unfortunately since it's a shared hosting, it will affect other customers on the server, so they need to cap your CPU usage to a certain percentage... with this amount of traffic aren't you better off on a dedicated server? may be cloud computing