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Re: Difference between Linux C and C++

Great topic even though I have no idea what most of the stuff is talking about :lol:

technogeek12 » Feb 14 2014, 3:59 am wrote:
P.S. Not related to topic
This forum seems to be a bit unstable. I noticed much security loopholes both in login and registration mode. Also, it seems to be using the free or premium( i don't know) shared hosting package from x10hosting. This is seriously not recommended. A forum this heavily modded will crash soon in a shared hosting package. X10 hosting does not allow the use of over 0.20 server load for over 60 seconds. Once the forum grows and bots start visiting, these MODs will cause a serious CPU hog. This would force X10hosting to terminate the website as stated in their acceptable use policy.

I am using x10hosting Prime. As far as I know, I'm not using a shared hosting package. I've ran this board for over 3 years and never had issues with x10 needing to terminate the website...I've had issues in the past (many instances) when the board goes down because of "Resource Limit Hit" messages...but it's been quite a while since I've even gotten one of those messages. Any other issues are server or host related....
by Jessica
February 14th, 2014, 10:13 pm
Forum: ICT Topics
Topic: Difference between Linux C and C++
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