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Posted: Jan 5 2006, 04:39 AM
Group: Administrative Host / Hostess
Member No.: 1
Joined: 3-May 04
I was looking through the Invision Support Forum and I came across a post that was asking how many members one of these Invision Free sites can handle. And I read through and saw some great replies from the Invision Staff.
The jist of it is that there are no limits on the numbers of posts or members or bandwith or any of that except for uploading pictures. Which we still have not reached the limit of.
If someone's site ever did have a ton of members and things and it was putting a drain on the server they would make a new server and move them around.
For example, Our site is on Server number 7. That's why it says s7 in our link.
Lets say there were 100 sites on server 7 and ours was huge. They would move us to a less busy server or if we were really big move us to our own.