MySQL Database Storage
Understand the reason for the MySQL Database Storage function and just how it really works.
Compared with a static HTML site where all content is on the actual site pages, any script-driven website stores all its info inside a database. A few examples of this sort of websites are a WordPress blog or an OpenCart e-commerce portal - in both cases, product or service listings, selling prices, blog posts, user reviews etc are gathered in the database and not in the actual script files. The more the data you include, the more substantial the database becomes and if your website hosting plan has some limit for the maximum size a database can have, your website may not work adequately once you reach that limit. The effects can vary from not being able to add new information to improperly working website or even the site displaying nothing but error messages and not being online at all.
MySQL Database Storage in Cloud Hosting
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accounts on it are controlled by an independent cluster of web servers, so we've made the decision to not limit the total space they may take. Any database inside an account may be of any size, so the growth of your websites will not be restricted, due to the fact that we are able to keep connecting extra web servers to the cluster if required for providing both more space and better load balancing. In the event you run a discussion forum, for example, you will not have to worry that too many users could join or that they may post far too many comments. Using our custom Hepsia Control Panel, you'll be able to export and import a database of any size with no trouble. If you encounter any issues with this task, you can look at our help articles and video tutorials or you may contact our tech support crew, that is available 24x7x365, including weekends and holidays.