ahh sorry, I should pay more attention I need to edit the post above but I cant.
I accidently posted it when I moved away from the pc to get something and got occupied talking, just came back to see it posted.
I need to think and double check when doing posting and replying, butter fingers here keeps posting without wanting to.
I’m not sure what I want or will go with yet but it would need to be a managed service, so I don’t need to worry about things I don’t know about or think too much about it.
if its shared shared cloud or managed VPS it would want to look for something with modern Hardware and upgradability flexibility , so even if its a basic package it should still be good.
I dont know much on the server OS because I never needed to bother with it but I think I would want something with cloudlinux.
would it be a good option ?
My main issue is don’t really know what I should look at a things have changed and improved over the last few years for the better so I need to just make sure I I have some good information So I know what I should be looking for and looking out and avoid before I jump it head first.
I would look at
3. Support & Reliability
What I get confused with is some hosting terms Disk I/O, Inodes, any others I should be aware of ?
Could someone tell me what these are and how much is the average ?
another things I get confuse with is some host state the core and ram but a lot dont and some only have them on wordpress hosting plans. Whats the difference ?
also most dont state the hardware or how much resources and if they do it will be in such a way it would make no difference if they told you or not