MySQL Database Storage
Learn what MySQL database storage is and exactly how much of it will your web hosting account need to have.
Unlike a static HTML website where all content is on the actual pages of the site, any script-driven website gathers all of its data inside a database. Just a few examples of this sort of Internet sites are a WordPress blog or an OpenCart e-commerce portal - in both cases, product or service listings, rates, blog posts, user comments etc are collected in the database and not in the actual script files. The more the info you include, the larger the database becomes and if your web hosting package has some limit for the maximum size a database could have, your website may not function adequately after you reach that limit. The consequences can range from inability to add new data to poorly performing Internet site or even the website displaying nothing but error messages and not being accessible at all.
MySQL Database Storage in Shared Hosting
We use a groundbreaking cloud hosting platform and all databases created in the shared hosting
accounts on it are controlled by a separate cluster of web servers, so we've chosen not to limit the total space they could take. Every database in an account can be of any size, so the expansion of your sites won't be constrained, as we could keep attaching additional servers to the cluster if needed for providing both more space and far better load balancing. If you run a discussion board, for instance, you will not have to worry that way too many users could join or that they might post way too many comments. When you take advantage of our custom-made Hepsia Control Panel, you'll be able to export or import a database of any size with ease. If you experience any problems with this task, you can check our help articles and instructional videos or you could get hold of our technical support crew, that's available 24-7, including weekends and holidays.