What server resource limits are applied to my sites?
At Dollie, every site on our platform runs in two (https://t.sidekickopen60.com/Ctc/ZT+23284/cP7y-04/JkM2-6q7W6N1vHY6lZ3p9W918HJw59yZVgW2YfQb45kLm6TW6R94Qn2YP5SvW6-V3Pk7js24hW37f13F4Y03RSW7bYSFG15jpsdW2NxMsL99gPCBW71WjMr2Jx90DW1_m0P346JVxqW3crGX07yxCTNW2Q5jg74RFYzGW2_9mgX9kkgxBW6QDSCk45mPkHVdzFPt95K0QBW2-qcf94kKtY2W5CNw251ZHJlsW2vdyLh5BFQH_W2MqnP38R9pmKW8PB4YT3KRlBhW5m_Y_q1PcWgGW8NlHTc7tFhRWN82YqBgHNj6jf9c_T0004)isolated containers that contain all of the software resources required to run the site. There is one container for the app, and one for the database. This means that the software that runs each site is 100% private and is not shared even between your own sites. The standard resources reserved for each container is 1GB RAM, 5GB storage, 2 CPU shares, and 100Mbps bandwidth. Resources will also auto-scale, so CPU and RAM limits allow for temporary surges in traffic and other activity on the site. For sites that require consistently higher resources, high performance containers are available at additional cost.
Updated on: 19/01/2023