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From this page of their ToS: https://www.siteground.co.uk/term/139.htmAudigex wrote: Interestingly I can't find anything here about it either, so it's not even something I could see in the small print:
Section D - Fair Use Policy
Our Fair Use Policy sets out certain limitations on the allocation of Server resources, aiming to allocate all our customers fair and adequate use of the Services. Details on the resource allocation are set on the Product Page for your Hosting Plan.
When using the Services, you will ensure that neither you nor any of your End Users make excessive use of the Server resources to SiteGround's detriment or that of our other customers. The term "excessive" is defined by our experience with similarly situated customers. Your account includes a control panel that provides statistics setting out your use of the resources associated with the Services. These statistics are the sole and exclusive method to determine whether your account has exceeded its allocated resources.
Unmetered traffic (bandwidth) applies to your use of web pages only (html, php, etc.), not to upload or storage of movies, pictures or music files. While we do not meter traffic, the maximum availability at any time will depend on current traffic usage and the technical specifications of our equipment. Certain Services have a fixed bandwidth allocation as set out on their Product Page. If in any calendar month your use of bandwidth exceeds that basic allocation, the Service will be limited and an overage fee may be charged if you wish to restore it. Unused bandwidth may not be carried over from month-to-month.
You agree that we have the sole right to decide what constitutes a violation of the Fair Use Policy and what is the appropriate severity of any corrective action to be applied. Failure on your part to maintain your account in full compliance with the TOS may result in warning, resource usage limitations, suspension or immediate account termination with no refund. You understand and agree that in the event of violation of the Fair Use Policy, we may provide you with a certain period of time to correct the issue. If you take no action during this period, we may apply corrective actions at our sole discretion. You acknowledge that we can immediately suspend and/or terminate each account that violates the Fair Use Policy and will not be responsible for any data loss resulting from such termination of Services.
I've only just installed cloudflare in the last 24 hours and thats whats worked wonders for me in blocking traffic from overseas.Lumpy Burgertushie wrote:try turning off cloudfare . that has been known to cause all sorts of strange problems.