The disk space feature displays the total capacity of data that you are able to have on a shared hosting server at any time. With a personal computer, for instance, this would be the overall size of a single hard drive or the full volume of all the hard disk drives in the event that your computer has more than 1. Exactly as your space on a PC is divided between installed software programs, documents, music and so forth, the server disk space is typically shared between website files, databases and e-mail messages. Every single file, folder and email requires some storage space on the server, which means you should consider plenty of factors, not only the size of the files that you will upload. For example, receiving sizable email attachments or running a script-driven site where the user-generated info is stored in a database also affects the hdd space you're using.
Disk Space in Shared Hosting
All our shared hosting packages were developed with the idea that deficiency of disk space shouldn't be a thing that can prevent the progress of your websites. For this reason we have taken an approach which is not the same as the one that most website hosting providers take - instead of creating a number of accounts on a single server and subsequently running out of disk space, we use a cloud hosting platform where the storage is taken care of by an entire cluster of servers. As a result, we're able to add more machines when they are necessary and more hard drives, to supply extra disk space for all of the files of our valued clients. Separate clusters manage the email messages as well as your databases, which means that not only is it possible to develop your web sites without having to worry about hard drive space, but also all of the servers will operate faster and better due to the fact that every service has its own space for storing and a single server does not handle various types of files.