Disk Space Quota Increase
Today, December 5, 2000, we are pleased to announce the increase of
disk space quotas for all existing FreeBSD Virtual Server accounts.
These increased disk space quotas include all Virtual Server
accounts in each of these data centers:
- Vienna, Virginia
- San Jose, California
- Dulles, Virginia
- Frankfurt, Germany
The new disk space allocations are as follows:
The web site, order wizard, and Backroom are all updated
to reflect these increased disk space quotas. Please note that we
have not automatically removed any additional disk space you may
have added prior to this general disk space increase. For example,
if your account had an additional 100 MB over the previous quota, it
now has 100 MB over the new quota. If you wish to modify your
account, you may make adjustments through the Backroom, or
you may request that by contacting our
These increased disk space quotas will not be applied to the Virtual
Server accounts on the BSD/OS servers in the Orem, Utah Data Center.
We encourage all users on BSD/OS to migrate to the FreeBSD operating
system to take advantage of the increased disk space quotas and the
other exciting advances that the FreeBSD-based Virtual Servers
If you have not done so already, please
take advantage at this time to
Upgrade to a New FreeBSD Virtual Server.
The servers featuring the FreeBSD Unix O/S offer greater
performance, reliability, flexibility, and tighter security than
In addition, if you change to FreeBSD now you will have the
advantage of upgrades in the future. All current Virtual Server
development is for the FreeBSD platform, including operating system
updates, web server upgrades, and new product implementations.