In contrast to a static HTML Internet site where all content is on the actual pages of the site, any script-driven Internet site gathers its information in a database. A few examples of this sort of sites are a WordPress blog or an OpenCart electronic commerce portal - in both cases, product or service listings, selling prices, blog posts, user responses and so on are stored in the database and not in the actual script files. The more the content you add, the larger the database gets and if your Internet hosting package has some limit for the maximum size a database could have, your Internet site may not function adequately as soon as you hit that limit. The effects can vary from being unable to include new content to badly performing Internet site or even the site displaying nothing but error messages and not being online at all.

MySQL Database Storage in Shared Web Hosting

All shared web hosting accounts acquired from our company are created on our custom cloud hosting platform where each part of the hosting service has its own cluster of servers. The databases are not an exception and since we're able to keep adding additional machines to the cluster that manages them, the space which you can use for your databases is virtually unrestricted. This way, you can easily develop your websites as much as you would like and run any script that requires MySQL without ever being worried that you'll reach some cap and that your websites won't perform properly. You'll also be able to freely export and import databases of various size via your Hepsia website hosting Control Panel. In case you have any questions in this matter, you can ask our 24x7x365 tech support to aid you with either one of these tasks.