Almost over... Hosting Warning

Screenshot by Lightshot :frowning:

lmao yeah

You still can listen up to the recommendations and optimize your site, if you know how to of course.

How? I’ve done everything I could to optimize it… I removed some pages and served it to my premium hosting. And also got a CDN to serve the static pages and not pressure the origin server (which is infinityfree). And I think my site isn’t that popular yet to have consume all the limitations that will need to upgrade for premium. Another thing, I like Infinityfree because of the interface and the community is so welcoming… How can I leave? ?

@mauwiks your site isn’t suspended yet, it is not even close to be honest, only one of the few limits was reached to 50%, if we’ll know which this limit is - we could recommend you something.

@MrJunior said:
@mauwiks your site isn’t suspended yet, it is not even close to be honest, only one of the few limits was reached to 50%, if we’ll know which this limit is - we could recommend you something.

It is the daily hits / Input-Output limit, according to the page.

@ChrisPAR
As I’ve said there’s still more than 1 limit so I can say that there’s multiple limits. They all connected with daily visitors, sure, but I hope you know difference between CPU limit, hits limit, inode limit, mysql requests limit and RAM limit. Also, I don’t really think that limits is being accorded per page as you said, I guess it’s according to whole account with all sites, subdomains and pages in it.

@MrJunior said:
@ChrisPAR
As I’ve said there’s still more than 1 limit so I can say that there’s multiple limits. They all connected with daily visitors, sure, but I hope you know difference between CPU limit, hits limit, inode limit, mysql requests limit and RAM limit.
Yes, what I said is that the limit @mauwiks triggered was daily hits, according to the screenshot.
Also, I don’t really think that limits is being accorded per page as you said, I guess it’s according to whole account with all sites, subdomains and pages in it.

I did not say that limits are being accorded per page, I meant in the screenshot (it is shown) but I accidentaly said page. Sorry for the confusion.

We’ll see then. Thanks!

@ChrisPAR there’s no information about exactly hits limit, there’s just “daily resource usage”

@MrJunior said:
@ChrisPAR there’s no information about exactly hits limit, there’s just “daily resource usage”

There is only one daily limit as I know: the hits limit.

You may be right however.

There are infos available on vpanel, right side

@ChrisPAR please…

Don’t confuse anybody with your replies.

You can see how you’re reaching any limit with metrics: