I was using this host but hit the wall everytime I tried using my Joomla site. Can't rally understand why this host is unwilling to set inodes to no less than 50k.
Ahh... In laymen term:
Every time a file is created or uploaded on a server, an inode is created. Simply say, inode is the count of the files on your web hosting account.
Even so we might have 1.5Gb diskspace offered here, it still comes with protective clauses that stand against us, the hosting users. Limitation on inodes is a good example of these clauses. Basically it means that when you have uploaded a certain numbers of files, you hit the roof.
When you hit the roof, you might get the following message in your FTP: "550 canít create directory: Disk quota exceeded"
even if you have used only 10% of whatever disk space you have on your hosting.
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Originally Posted by rxlord
if go on another hosting then how do i find out how much disk quota i have.
is there any script for it
I would say you should not be as worried about what disk space you get. Even 500Mb would be enough for my huge Joomla site. Be more worried about inode limitation (number of files you can upload to your disk space).