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What is the Server's Account Resource Index (SARI) ?
It is a per-account aggregate of measures about average CPU usage, memory usage, peak loads, and other factors related to real-time operations. Rootroute whatches its servers do not approach overload limits, and that each account gets the computing resources they asked.
What it is used for ?
It is used to limit the number of account per server. Also, it is used to give a fair share of system resources to each account. Some ISP says things like "we put at most 50 users per server", however that does not mean anything since a few users can easily chew up all resources.
Can you detail on this SARI ?
The rootr.net method balances and distribute user resources. Also if a user "eats" too much resources, his/her account may be moved to a separate server, transparently.
Additionally, servers come in different capacity. Certain types of expensive servers are capable of handling over a 1000 users without noticing any difference in performance. Other servers may start getting breathless with only 20 users. This is dependant on 4 factors:
Therefore when rootr.net total capacity increases, Your account with rootr.net also increases, yet retains the same pricing.
What if I go over my SARI index ?
This does not happen very often, as hosting plans are made according user resource usage, with a fair margin for the occasional overhead. However if your account goes over, you will be notified, with an option to upgrade or add resource allocation for a minimal charge.
If only a few processes endanger the stability of server operation, the processes can be ended automatically or manually by a system administrator.
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