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What is Physical Memory Usage in cPanel?
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Hi there, I am little confiused today when i looked at my cPanel. . . I would like to know What is Physical Memory Usage in cPanel? I have used 46.9/1,000 MB Physical Memory,
1. What is Physical Memory Usage?
2. How does it work or if there would be problem if I reched to complete usgae?
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Moved to hosting support request
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(05-21-2014, 04:08 AM)tapanb Wrote: Hi there, I am little confiused today when i looked at my cPanel. . . I would like to know What is Physical Memory Usage in cPanel? I have used 46.9/1,000 MB Physical Memory,
1. What is Physical Memory Usage?
2. How does it work or if there would be problem if I reched to complete usgae?

I really don't have a clue where you got that from tapanb. Which cpanel are you looking at? Can you provide us with a print screen?

I checked your cpanel at Gigarank and it says the following:

Disk space usage: 22.85MB/1000MB

Monthly Bandwidth transfer: 557.28 MB/24.46 GB
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1. The amount of memory your web hosting account can use.
2. It`s 1gb of memory, I would be very surprised if you reached that limit. If you do, you would probably require semi dedicated hosting or a VPS.


Hope that helps :)
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Thanks, DJB for your reply. Yes it helps me but I worried somewhere if I reached the whole amount of usage.

Umm! I would like to know if I buy a web hosting plan in Gigarank then how much Phisicel Memory usage it will provide me?Aggressive
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I am sure that it will be a little bit higher than free hosting, but not much as you might know that the free hosting have the same amount of physical memory, so paid hosting will have the same.
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@iGdesigner In free hosting at Gigarank I never seen physicel Memory usage details and I don't think (not sure even) I will see Physicel Memory usage on a paid hosting.

Moreover, I just don't want to see Physical Memory usage on my cPanel thats why I love the free hosting of Gigarank that don't show me the Physicel Memory usage, and nowadays I wishing I will not see the Physicel Memory usage on Gigarank paid hosting too.
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You will see some of the resources in your cpanel as should be visible such as bandwidth etc.

You will see it because it is set to default in resource usage overview manager.
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(05-22-2014, 03:57 PM)tapanb Wrote: Moreover, I just don't want to see Physical Memory usage on my cPanel thats why I love the free hosting of Gigarank that don't show me the Physicel Memory usage, and nowadays I wishing I will not see the Physicel Memory usage on Gigarank paid hosting too.
You probably don't have to look at it as much as the bandwidth and disk use, however what you should have studied by now, as that is part of your undertaking that you had to accept at the time when free hosting was given to you, were the Terms and Conditions of Hosting (TOS). For TOS with regard to the resources these would be important to take note off and understand:

Quote:Data Transfer (Bandwidth) and System Resources
All web hosting accounts should remain within the agreed data transfer (bandwidth) allowance for the account. Gigarank accepts that there are times when sites may unexpectedly exceed data transfer allowance for short periods of time. Gigarank will not impose any penalty for such breaches of data transfer allowance providing that these breaches are small, are not frequent, and are not sustained. Gigarank reserves the right to determine what constitutes small, sustained or frequent breaches of data transfer allowance.

Many domains have to share the various resources (processors, memory, etc) available on the servers. Gigarank believes that no single domain should use excessive amounts of resources, as this may jeopardize server performance for the other domains.

In the event that an account is deemed to be using excessive data transfer (bandwidth) or resources, Gigarank may suggest action to reduce bandwidth or resource use, or suggest moving to another hosting provider.

Failure to Follow Policies
Failure to fully comply with these terms is grounds for account suspension and/or deactivation. Any accounts hosted by Gigarank must comply to the above policies.

We reserve the right to remove any account without prior notice!
  




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