Not sure if your plan will have enough resources? Take a look at our resource allocation per account below, please note these are subject to change.
Speed is the amount of processing that your account can use at any one time.
What happens when you try use more than allocated? Processes are simply throttled to stay at the speed limit.
Memory is the amount of RAM (Random Access Memory) your account can use at any one time
What happens if you try to use more than allocated? Some of the processes will be killed off to free up Memory to keep you under the limit. This may cause your site to show 500 or 503 error pages.
An INODE is a file and every account as a maxiumum file limit. We have set this very high and do not expect this to be hit under normal website usage.
What happens if you hit your INODE Limit? You will not be able to write files to your account, this includes receiving emails, as each email is a file.
NPROC controls the total number of processes and threads within the account. Once the limit is reached, no new process can be created (until another one dies). Your site might return 500 or 503 errors in such case
Disk IO (Disk Input/Output) is disk read/write. When limit is reached, the processes are throttled (put to sleep). This makes sure that processes within the account cannot go over the limit, yet don't stop working, nor getting killed -- they just work slower when the limit is reached.
IOPS limits restrict the total number of read/write operations per second. When the limit is reached the read/write operations stop until current second expires.