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How do you allocate resources and cpu share?

First, we limit the number of virtual private servers placed on each host server. Additionally, we only use 80% of available server resources for virtual private servers. This extra 20% gives us a nice buffer to protect from over-use of any CPU shares, memory bursting or system overhead allocation.

We give each VPS equal share to CPU resources with the capability to burst and utilize up to 80% of the available system resources. Essentially, you’re given an allocated that you will always have available, if needed. If you or your fellow VPS users sharing a node with you are idle, those resources can be used by another VPS, but immediately handed back to you when you need them. All this happens within nanoseconds and you won’t notice it even occurring.

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