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Shared Web Hosting : Ressources General Increase

Shared Web Hosting : Ressources General Increase

  • 16 Feb 0
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Hello,

We have just increased the values for each packages of our web hosting offers. 
We have studied the usage of each packages and weight it against the server’s ressources usage and we concluded that all our users shall benefit from a ressources increase. 

For our starter users we have increased the number of processes from 20 to 50, while we intendede to lower the RAM at 512 Mb, we have kept it at 1024 Mb. 
For our premium users, we have increased the number of processes from 40 to 100 and the RAM rfom 1024 Mb to 2048 Mb. 
For our business users, we have increased the number of processes from 100 to 150 and the RAM from 2048 Mb to 4096 Mb. 

The IOPS limit is also align with the RAM for all packages. 

The upgrades are already effective.

We believe that according to our analysis it would match way more the usage of each packages and they purpose we have in mind, starter for fresh websites, premium for several established websites, and business for professionals. 

We sincerely hope that you’ll appreciate these free upgrades and enjoy the user experience of your reloaded accounts. 

Best Regards
Vincent Royant
HostStage CEO

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