Resource Limits in WordPress Hosting

AccuWebHosting has implemented resource limits on WordPress Hosting plans so that no single cPanel account can consume excessive server resources (CPU/Processor, RAM/Memory or Disk Access), and impact performance of other websites hosted on the same server. It is achieved by the CloudLinux Operating System along with LVE system. LVE is the kernel-level technology developed by the CloudLinux team that can integrate with shared web server, ensuring that no single website/account can fully utilize the web server resources.

Following table contains the exact amount of resources you are allowed to utilize based on the WordPress Hosting plan you purchase. Note that when you exceed the allotted resource limit, your visitors would experience a 508 error.

Plans WordPress Personal WordPress Business WordPress Enterprise
CPU 50% (1 Core)

75% (1 Core)

100% (1 Core)
Physical Memory/RAM (MB) 1024 1280 1536
I/O (KB/s) 1024 1280 1536

Entry Processes
(Concurrent connections)

20 30 40
Number of processes 100 100 100
Files (Inodes) 250000 250000 250000
Outgoing emails  500 emails / hour  500 emails / hour
500 emails / hour 
MySQL connections 40 connections / user 40 connections / user
40 connections / user

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