ContextShift does not apply fixed hard limits to the resource usage of shell accounts, other than disk quota. However, when an account is found to frequently use significantly more resources than is considered reasonable by ContextShift, the account owner may be requested to adjust resource usage as indicated. When the excessive resource usage is not reduced following such a request, ContextShift reserves the right to terminate the account, or to demand that the account be upgraded / converted to a more suitable product.
Resources affected by this policy include, but need not be limited to, network transfer, cpu load, and memory usage.
The number of domains for a shell account is practically limited by the account's disk space.
ContextShift reserves the right to adjust this policy over time, as new insights develop. It does, however, warrant that the general intent of the policy of establishing "Fair Use" of its facilities by customers shall remain.