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Too much traffic

  • nickmy



    my site was deactivated by the provider because it uses to much traffic what can I do know??

    I have only 4-5 members and not more than 10 pages

    They said I should update it to a new version but its already the new version?

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  • Upgrade your hosting package / bandwidth allowances, or switch to a new host.



    I have fair use traffic.When ordering it said unlimited traffic (fair use)

    Yeah when the word ‘unlimited’ is mentioned/used always check just what is meant by that as the word in reality does not exist there is no such thing as unlimited, resources are finite. I would be checking logs to see what had happened to cause your host to take this action and find out exactly what bandwidth you had actually used.

    A host that deactivates a site is not a host that you want to be with! unless that is you had received a fair amount of warning?

    Regardless of what may happen you have to insist – if you haven’t access – that you have access to your files and database to allow you to take a DB dump if you are intending moving.

    Andrea Rennick


    Hosts that offer unlimited bandwidth usually put a cap on CPU proceses. I’m betting that’s where they caught you.

    If you really have that little members, find a new host.

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