2014-01-16 6:24 pm EST
Thanks for the question. We don't really declare a limit that's stated in specific numbers like you're seeing with HostMonster. The issue will be the impact that your database has on the server resources. Resource usage is capped based on the plan that you're on. The problem is that there's no solid number I can give you based on the database size as to the effect you're going to have on the server. So, it's difficult to say, "###" value is the limit. For example, you could have 300 tables on the database server and they may have minimal effect on the server traffic which in turn uses very little of the server's resources (primarily CPU, memory, hard drive space, bandwidth). However, you could have another database with 150 tables and it's being hammered by large queries and heavy traffic that affect resources more than the 300 tables of your other database. The limiting metric used has more to do with how your website affects the web server overall. To this effect, there is a tool given with your Web Hosting Hub account that monitors your resource usage. This tool will monitor how much resource usage is used and tell you if you're exceeding the defined limits for each account type on Web Hosting Hub. Click here for more information on the term "unlimited".
So, our apologies that we can't give you a clearly defined number for a limit of some nature, but it's difficult because it's intimately defined with the resource usage of your website which is affected by many factors. I hope this helps to answer your question. We won't limit based on table numbers, so please consider us as a solution for your web hosting needs!
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