What is CPU Limit and what are it's restrictions?
What exactly does CPU consumption imply, and why is it restricted? There is a CPU in the machine you're reading this on (whether it's a PC, laptop, tablet, phone, or something...Read More
IO Usage Limits
What does it mean to use IO? The amount of time your PHP code interacts with the hosting storage is measured by IO use. It's commonly expressed in megabytes per second...Read More
Understanding inode Limit
In a Unix-style file system, an inode (index node) is a data structure that represents a file-system object such as a file or directory. The properties and memory block...Read More
What does an Entry Process entail, and what does the limit imply?
What does an Entry Process entail, and what does the limit imply? The Entry Process Failures limit, commonly known as the EP limit, is one of the restrictions imposed by...Read More
What is the maximum file/upload size?
There is a 10 MB file size limit on all ProFreeHost servers. It is vital to remember that this is a file size restriction rather than an upload restriction. The distinction is...Read More
Understanding Hits and Hits Limit
What exactly does the hit limit imply? The "hits" limit is one of the restrictions imposed by ProFreeHost. This page describes what a hit is, how to limit your use of...Read More