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Our control panel provides a simple mechanism for setting up periodic off-cluster backups to 3rd party cloud files provider. Uploads can be made via FTP or to Amazon S3 in standard formats - a zip file of your website contents, and a standard format SQ...
We have a multi-layered approach to security and a revolutionary approach to backups. In terms of security, every site is hosted within its own entire copy of the rock-solid FreeBSD server OS. This means that even if a malicious hacker were to gain acc...
Yes,we recommend you use our nameservers for your high availablity cloud hosting: ns1.cloudsite.im ns2.cloudsite.im
Our advanced next-generation web hosting control panel provides automated installers for all the common web applications including WordPress, Drupal, Joomla, OpenCart etc.
CPU usage time statistics are gathered live via Apache and MySQL - these figures measure the CPU time used on a server per request or per query respectively. Although these are measurements of CPU time, disk load is also a factor in the results, for ex...
Live graphs and running totals in the control panel allow you to track your usage over time and keep track of how much you're using on a hourly, weekly or monthly basis.
It is difficult to predict exactly how many HCUs your application will use until you try it. Our quotas are designed so that you will run out of HCUs at roughly the same point you begin to run low on bandwidth quota. The following are some rough guidel...
We offer SSH access to your secure jailed environment, so that you can administer your website from the commandline.
Compute units can be bought much like data transfer or disk space, you can choose to upgrade to a better account type which offers a higher quota.
HCUs measure your processing time on our web cluster, 10,000 HCUs are roughly equivalent to one dual core 2Ghz server running for a period of 1 month. HCUs are depleted based on actual time your website requires on the cluster - this allows for both fo...
Our support staff ask that you send in 1 issue per ticket or e-mail. This helps us to better track the requests that you send in, and having them separated into separate issues you are seeing allows us to better tag and track issues that you are seeing...