[closed] Hosting service limitations - how are they? Good/bad? (7 posts)

  1. utnalove
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Hello, I have the site hosted in the USA, but it is often getting CPU Throttling.

    I am planning to move it to Europe, also because most of the audience is from Europe (so faster access times).

    I am wondering of the following limitations of the hosting service I'd like to buy are good or bad:


    For a site that is going to reach 100 connected users and many commenters, would these specifications be enough?

    Please help...

  2. flamenco
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Dzien Dobry,
    Your site is nice. Many sites that are looking for help here do not look good! But don't tell anyone I said that! ;)

    Even though your site is full of graphics, to me it doesn't have any obvious things that would cause big CPU use, and it seems well constructed.

    The translation and specs seem pretty good, yet I'm not certain about those specs. There are a couple things that looks sort of like "max_connections", which I was looking for. Maybe a serious server geek might have better comments about that. It also may help to show the specs of your current host.

    I also wonder if this might help some:

    good luck!

  3. utnalove
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Cześć :)
    Thank you, I am glad that you like it...

    That site you gave me mostly talks about dedicated servers :/
    For now I can only afford shared hosting

    home.pl has those limitations I gave the link above;
    ovh.pl has 1000 emails limit per day;

    I also don't know what generates that CPU Throttling, nowadays there are maximum 10-15 people online... and the Throttling happens also when there is 1 person online!


  4. TimeHealer
    Posted 5 years ago #

    If you use a good caching plugin like Hyper-Cache your cpu use should be VERY VERY small.

  5. utnalove
    Posted 5 years ago #

    Hyper-Cache was giving me a lot of errors on WP 3.2 (when the debug was enabled)

    I changed to W3 Total Cache ... however google administrator in "site performance" always says it needs more than 11 seconds to load :/ strange

  6. pixelrat
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I use Site5 and they should meet your requirements. They are based in the U.S. but you can choose from a number of server locations worldwide. If you look at this page there is a drop-down list of all of their server locations.

    Hope this helps


  7. esmi
    Forum Moderator
    Posted 5 years ago #

    I am sorry but, due to the amount of spam that these topics attracts, I am now closing this one. I suggest you try searching the forums for hosting recommendations.

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