If you are a web hosting fanatic, you must have stumbled across the term ‘’server resources.” In this post, we’re going to discuss the three most common server resources in web hosting:
1. Web hosting server resource # 1: CPU
Regardless of whether your web page is static or dynamic, the Central Processing Unit (CPU) of your computer is responsible for obtaining and making your web page available to visitors. In a Layman’s language, CPU is the brain of your computer. The CPU does all the processing, computations, and other required actions. If a web page is dynamically designed, more CPU resources are required because the script has to do a lot of processing to be able to reconstruct the website’s pages. Specifically, the CPU loads the website template harnesses data from the database and directs it to the web page, implements modules and plugin installed on the website and synchronizes the pages to be conveyed to visitors.
2. Web hosting server resource # 2: RAM
The majority of web hosting providers will inform you about the amount of disc space allotted to your website. On the other hand, few shared web hosting providers will give you that information. However, you will face limitation when it comes to RAM usage, especially if you are on a free or shared hosting plan. When we talk about the memory that supports your site’s script, as well as their data during execution, that’s what we call RAM. There is a big difference between RAM and disk space. Disc space can be expanded using various modern technologies. On the other hand, a computer can only have a fixed amount of RAM. The fixed amount of RAM is normally shared with all the websites on the computer.
3.Web hosting server resource # 3: MySQL connections
Web hosting providers store dynamic websites’ data in their special databases. The management of these special databases is the responsibility of a data server. An example of a data server is MySQL server. The database server also avails information to the website’s script on request. Database servers can only accept a limited number of connections at any given time. The data servers run out of resources when a lot of information is requested at any given time. That is exactly what happens when your website experiences a ton of traffic at once. If you’ve run across a ‘’can’t connect to MySQL server” tag, it means that the script was not able to obtain the requested information from the database.
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