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Thread: Your Shared Hosting Memory Limit
11-16-2013, 09:50 PM #1
Your Shared Hosting Memory Limit
We are considering revisiting our resource limits and wondered what everyone else was using as standard these days. It seems that as the years go by websites consume more and more memory. When we first started the limit was 32mb! (back in 2001). Now we have 256mb as default and considering a move to 384mb or even 512mb. With memory getting cheaper and mobos supporting 256gb memory are we even going to see 1024mb limits for shared hosting as standard?
I have created a poll, interested to hear what everyone is setting and enforcing as we prepare to enter into 2014.
11-16-2013, 10:52 PM #2
Let us remember also that software and other scripts are being optimized to to use less ram.
In the end, this will depend on what kind of script or site that your client is using...
11-16-2013, 11:10 PM #3
Yep, it will also depend on how heavy they use their script. If they have more people accessing the website they will use more ram.██ HostClearly.com
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11-17-2013, 12:13 AM #4
I'm just interested to hear on what your limits for shared hosting are. If you use CloudLinux for example, what's your LVE setting these days?
11-17-2013, 12:20 AM #5Web Hosting Geek
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What are your cloudlinux settings like?
Ours look something like this
physical memory 1024 mb
virtual memory 0 unlimited
i/o limit 1024
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11-17-2013, 06:21 PM #7Premium Member
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We keep our cloudlinux LVE settings at more or less the default settings, apparently setting the limitations too low may actually cause more slow downs than it would prevent.
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