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Bandwidth limit problem





Aalia
So, If nobody answers on my pm's then I'll wright here.

Here's the thing, I've got this e-mail with this text-

The domain tokiohotel.frihost.net (aalia) has reached 80% of its bandwidth limit.
Please contact the system admin as soon as possible.

What do I need to do?

And when my domain name can be changed? I send the REQ about 3-4 days ago.
wumingsden
Aalia wrote:
So, If nobody answers on my pm's then I'll wright here.

Here's the thing, I've got this e-mail with this text-

The domain tokiohotel.frihost.net (aalia) has reached 80% of its bandwidth limit.
Please contact the system admin as soon as possible.

What do I need to do?

And when my domain name can be changed? I send the REQ about 3-4 days ago.


Geez, some guys (and girls) have no patience Smile

Basically it means that 80% of your bandwidth limit has been reached, and when it gets to 100% your website will be un-accessable. The bandwidth limit will reset the beginning of the month (so on jan 1st bandwidth will be 0% bandwidth used). Nothing can be done about this, because this is the set limit that frihost allows. The only way to not get this message is to make your website unpopular, so basically the message means quite a good thing (in a way).

As for your account request, it should be handled shortly (hopefully within a few more days at the most).
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