4
Contributors
3
Replies
4
Views
5 Years
Discussion Span
Last Post by chaze
1

Totaly depends on service provider, they will clearly tell you what is the bandwidth for certain hosting package.

1

Most sites don't have this much traffic and yours may not either, especially at the start. You need a profile of how much activity would be associated with each user. 1000 users doing a single short query in an hour probably isn't a problem. If it is 1000 users who will all be active for an hour with a lot of bandwidth, cpu and database activity for each one, then it might be a problem. You might want to share the profile with some web hosting companies and see what they think.

If you realistically expect a lot of users and activity (but not immediately) then you may want to start with a shared hosting package with a web host who can move you to a dedicated server if you reach the point that you need it.

You might find this blog item helpful"
http://wassupblog.com/bluehost-cpu-throttling-and-dedicated-server-packages/

Edited by chrishea: n/a

0

It depends on the hsot but more it depends on the site, if the site is made right then you can over 100k a month, about 3000 unigues a day. This is a massive site that is ran at SNIP the same host I use. Most high ends hosts can handle it but hosts like godaddy or hostgator will boot you off for overloads.

Edited by happygeek: self promotion/advertising (same link in sig) deleted

This topic has been dead for over six months. Start a new discussion instead.
Have something to contribute to this discussion? Please be thoughtful, detailed and courteous, and be sure to adhere to our posting rules.