[development] Path mapping system
gordon at heydon.com.au
Wed Jan 18 23:18:48 UTC 2006
I am with dreamhost as well. I have read this policy and I also read
somewhere else that the limits are so high that you would need to be
hitting the database extremely hard before they block your access.
But also with the latest increases in resource's to 1TB though put on
the basic plan.
I think that if you were getting cut off then I think you would need to
think seriously about dedicated hosting, and how to fund it.
I think that you will be OK.
On Wed, 2006-01-18 at 16:30 -0600, Will Wyatt wrote:
> Hi, I'm also a dreamhoster who is just getting into Drupal. I'm in the
> process of developing a drupal website (http://test.cubiclearmy.com)
> and am wondering if you know the load a Dreamhost Drupal website can
> take before it hits the 30-40 cpu minutes. It is a little hard for me
> to guess since the site isn't live, but it has the potential to have
> hundreds of visitors a day. I can't afford dedicated hosting unless
> those hundreds of visitors a day will make enought AdSense traffic to
> justify the dedicated box (which I doubt). Thanks for any insights.
> On 12/29/05, Greg Knaddison <greg.knaddison at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 12/29/05, Piotr Krukowiecki <piotr at mallorn.ii.uj.edu.pl>
> > On Thu, Dec 29, 2005 at 01:20:45AM +0100, Gerhard
> Killesreiter wrote:
> > >
> > > People with hosters that only allow them a limited number
> of queries per
> > > hour will have fun with this.
> > There are such hosts? OMG...
> It's a tough debate - I use dreamhost which follows a limiting
> "We still track them[number of queries and connections], but
> you're in the top .01% of our database users, you'll never
> need to
> worry about conuery usage again!"
> The good side is that it keeps the server under a reasonable
> load and
> my server doesn't get bogged down by some custom application
> that has
> horrible performance. The downside is that long before you
> fill up
> the transfer/month or disk space or...you will use up your
> minutes of CPU time/day.
> Proud member of the KEXP cubicle army.
> http://www.cubiclearmy.com !DSPAM:1000,43cec627165274881810528!
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