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Unlimited Policy

Unlimited Hosting Policy

Note- Unlimited hosting policy applies only to shared and reseller hosting users.

Everything that is “unlimited” sounds amazing. It seems too good to be true when it has to do with web hosting services, doesn’t it? You can choose from a variety of “Unlimited options” from every web hosting company, including unlimited bandwidth, unlimited disk space, and unlimited hosting.

So, what exactly does unlimited mean here? Does it imply that there won’t be any objections to what you post on your website? Or something else?

What is Unlimited Hosting?

The hosting plans, including bandwidth, space, and website plans, are unlimited, which means we won't place any restrictions. You are free to make the most of these as long as your personal or small business website conforms with this Agreement. But you might be required to a VPS, or we might take action to limit the resources your website is using if your service utilisation or content endangers the stability, performance, or uptime of our servers, networking, or other infrastructure.

Unless in a shared hosting plan, the hosting package includes used shared resources, which means numerous people share hosting on the same server. With this, you’ll always be able to do more with the hosting package’s bandwidth and space. This entails that we actually do not possess any restrictions over resources that utilize our hosting services or resources.

Selling hosting unlimitedly to communicate to the honest customer that they don’t need to sit down and figure out what each parameter does- they just purchase the unlimited plan, which will work for them. The way the business has changed over time is as follows.

What is excluded from unlimited Web hosting?

Before purchasing a hosting package, a customer must accept a collection of AUPs that are included with the package. Here are some instances of what is specifically prohibited.

  • Sites for file upload, sharing, archiving, storage, mirroring, and distribution.
  • A website that was made mainly to direct visitors to another website.
  • Allowing the general public to access the resources on your account, whether they are free or purchased.

Get Unlimited Disk Space & Excessive SQL Database

CloudNexus doesn’t set any specific limits on the usage of disk space. Under the condition that the hosting subscriber's use of storage complies with these Terms, CloudNexus may impose extra fees based on an increase in the amount of storage used.

But keep in mind that the CloudNexus tool is made for hosting websites. CloudNexus does not offer unlimited hosting for online storage, videos, images, audio, games, installers, executable files, backups or archiving of electronic files, log files, web spiders or indexers, IRC, torrent, file sharing, peer-to-peer activities, testing environments, etc. The hosting subscriber's account will be terminated for any prohibited use of the services, with or without prior warning.

Accounts with databases that are too large (i.e., larger than 1 GB) have a detrimental impact on the server's performance. In order to guarantee proper performance, CloudNexus may ask that the database size be decreased or, alternatively, may disable the Subscriber's account with or without prior notice. Hosting subscribers can create multiple databases, but each one's capacity should not exceed 1 GB.

Unlimited File Transfer

As long as the subscriber’s use of the services complies with these terms, CloudNexus does not place any restrictions on the volume of visitor traffic that a website may receive or the amount of content that a hosting subscriber may upload to his/her/its website in a given month.

Most of the time, the website of a hosting subscriber will be able to handle the amount of traffic that the hosting subscriber can lawfully obtain. To avoid having a negative effect on other hosting subscribers, CloudNexus retains the right to restrict processor time, bandwidth, processes, or memory.

Few Limitations

  • Run cron jobs with less than fifteen (15) minute periods.
  • Execute any MySQL searches that take more than 30 seconds.
  • Use more than twenty-five percent (25%) of our system resources for periods of time greater than ninety (90) seconds.
  • CGI programs, FTP, PHP, HTTP, and other processes could all contribute to this excessive use.
    Each mailbox's size should not surpass 5GB, and the total size of all mailboxes for a domain shouldn't be more than 50GB.