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rx9876
There are some important data not listed about hosting plan.
Would you please let me know
1. Daily Hits limit (count per visits or per unique visits?)
2. max unique file size
3. max memory usage
4. mysql connection limit (hourly or daily)
5. max mysql database size
6. php mail smtp
7. is there a preview of phpInfo

Thanks.
Bondings
We have a limit of 1.5GB of disk space and 35GB of traffic. (I'm planning to upgrade it a bit soon.) Most of the things you mention don't have a specific limit set and hence fall under either this total disk space/bandwidth or a fair usage rule (meaning in case I notice your website slows down the server, you'll get contacted).

Anyway.
1) None, bandwidth limit per month.
2) None, disk space limit applies. You should upload it with ftp though, browser uploads usually have problems with big files.
3) None as long as it is reasonable. If you hit a server/php limit you can always ask us to increase it to a higher reasonable limit.
4) No connection limit. Just fair usage, meaning don't bring the server down with it.
5) Disk space limit applies here too.
6) Different limits per server to prevent spam. Can be as low as a few hundred emails a day, although you can always ask for an increase.
7) http://www.frihost.org/phpinfo.php for new accounts.
rx9876
Thanks for fast response.
I am running a database query webpage offers mmo player to query in-game faqs.
It's daily view around 4K and 1K unique,
and I also want to make a account management system which can mail registration and forget password mail in the future.

The disk space & bandwidth are far enough for my gzipped plaintext website.

I tried some webhosting which restrains those usages that I must use lots coding to find workaround,
and that's so tire to reinventing the wheel.

Please let me ask another question.
Is $_SERVER["DOCUMENT_ROOT"] point to my public web folder?
I used some webhosting it's not, I don't know why and how to fix that.
My php require & include are all using $_SERVER["DOCUMENT_ROOT"] instead of alot '../'

Thanks.
Bondings
rx9876 wrote:
Thanks for fast response.
I am running a database query webpage offers mmo player to query in-game faqs.
It's daily view around 4K and 1K unique,
and I also want to make a account management system which can mail registration and forget password mail in the future.

The disk space & bandwidth are far enough for my gzipped plaintext website.

I tried some webhosting which restrains those usages that I must use lots coding to find workaround,
and that's so tire to reinventing the wheel.

Please let me ask another question.
Is $_SERVER["DOCUMENT_ROOT"] point to my public web folder?
I used some webhosting it's not, I don't know why and how to fix that.
My php require & include are all using $_SERVER["DOCUMENT_ROOT"] instead of alot '../'

Thanks.

It seems to point to the parent folder indeed (at least for the phpinfo.php file above it points to the public_html directory it is located in). You can check it here: http://www.frihost.org/phpinfo.php .
sonam
How I know $_SERVER["DOCUMENT_ROOT"] is working well on Frihost. Ok, I am on server 1 but I don't think you will have any problem with $_SERVER commands or sessions.

Sonam
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