Resource Fair Usage Policies
It is acknowledged that any single account is entitled to utilise the server resources, within reason, up to what is allotted or by what is physically available. If resources become scarce, DomainCity reserves the right to limit users of the affected machine to a lower limit to preserve the effectiveness of the service for all users. If a particular user is in extreme excess of what the average users of the machine have in use (actually used) of their resource allotments, that customer may be asked to remove content, cut resource usage, or relocate to a dedicated/vps server. This policy only applies to web sites that are considered to be abusive in service, disk space or resource consumption and where it is evident that the fair-use of resources among customers has been breached, particularly in regards to disk space, bandwidth or CPU processing power utilisation. Web sites that are found to contain either/or no html documents, a large number of unlinked files are subject to warning, suspension or cancellation at the sole discretion of DomainCity.
If a Fair-Usage breach occurs, whose determination within reason is solely up to DomainCity, a subscriber may have to remove files from or reduce access to the subscribers account to an extent as determined by DomainCity, in order to restore full serviceability to other subscribers affected by the breach. In any case, the subscriber will be notified of any actions that DomainCity may have to take.
In order to ensure a consistent and quality experience for all Subscribers, DomainCity does place automated safeguards to protect against any one site growing too quickly and adversely impacting the system until DomainCity can evaluate said sites resource needs. DomainCity reserves the right to limit processor time, bandwidth, or processes in cases where it is necessary to prevent negatively impacting other Subscribers.