I've got a website (animewallpapers.com) that can take up about 150 Megabytes of disk space, and transfers about 30 GB of information monthly. It is just one of several websites located on my small devoted server at dialtoneinternet.com. You pay $3 per excess GB moved, _but_ they will use the "95 percentile" approach to calculating GB moved so that the GB they calculate is greater compared to actual amount moved because of traffic peaks.

The finish outcome is that presently I'm having to pay $200 monthly with this website.

It is possible to high-quality place where I'm able to host this website cheaper?
Hi,

If you do not mind responding to, just how much bandwidth would you use with each other for the sites in your server?

On the separate matter, how can you figure the only site alone is costing $200 per month? The 30 gb of traffic it will get, at $3 each, is just $90, and would need to be more than the 50 gb with every server, meaning you're dong around 80 gb or even more monthly. Are you currently alloting past of the price of the server to that certain site? Otherwise, it simply does not accumulate.

I'd think understanding the solutions to those questions would help in making a recommendations, that is my reason behind asking.
When I stated during my previous message:

You pay $3 per excess GB moved, _but_ they will use the "95 percentile" approach to calculating GB moved so that the GB they calculate is greater compared to actual amount moved because of traffic peaks.
The 95 percentile method about triples the quantity of bandwidth they bill me for. (I believe this might be why certain areas charge $10 per GB...while other areas charge $3 per GB. The $10 per GB places charge through the actual gigabyte. The $3 per GB places charge through the 95 percentile method. But it is only a guess.)

My entire server uses 40 GB of bandwidth monthly. AnimeWallpapers.com uses 30 GB of this. But going through the 95 percentile method, my server uses 120 GB monthly. Each GB over 50GB is recognized as "excess transfer", and so i am charged for 70 GB of excess transfer. At $3 per GB, that calculates to $210 of excess transfer costs.

Whether it weren't for AnimeWallpapers.com, the whole server would just use 10 GB of bandwidth monthly (or 30 GB while using 95 percentile method). This really is under 50 GB, and for the reason that situation we'd not incur excess transfer costs.

For this reason I'm searching for other areas to host AnimeWallpapers.com.
Here's a good example taken from their support site concerning the 95 percentile versus. average.

The green line, around 141 kilobytes per second, is the average rate (351 GB/mo), and also the orange-brown lines are their 95th percentile rate (1013 GB/mo).
Does anybody know desire charges such as this? Does VDI?

Thanks,
Scott
Hello

Essentially with VDI they provide you with what's alotted for your requirements.

Essentially should you purchase a 1mbps line it's exactly like you obtaining a 1mbps T1 to your residence, you will find also burstable plans where you will find no limits but that 95 precentile factor seems like a bucnh of garbage in my experience simply to receives a commission. VDI charges per 1mbps line (roughly 300gb) but thats simply because they only provide devoted hosting to webhosting companies and never to individual's)



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Initially published by pmak0:
When I stated during my previous message:

The 95 percentile method about triples the quantity of bandwidth they bill me for. (I believe this might be why certain areas charge $10 per GB...while other areas charge $3 per GB. The $10 per GB places charge through the actual gigabyte. The $3 per GB places charge through the 95 percentile method. But it is only a guess.)

My entire server uses 40 GB of bandwidth monthly. AnimeWallpapers.com uses 30 GB of this. But going through the 95 percentile method, my server uses 120 GB monthly. Each GB over 50GB is recognized as "excess transfer", and so i am charged for 70 GB of excess transfer. At $3 per GB, that calculates to $210 of excess transfer costs.

Whether it weren't for AnimeWallpapers.com, the whole server would just use 10 GB of bandwidth monthly (or 30 GB while using 95 percentile method). This really is under 50 GB, and for the reason that situation we'd not incur excess transfer costs.

For this reason I'm searching for other areas to host AnimeWallpapers.com.
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