"The requested URL has reached its request limit"

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  1. theendof

    theendof New Member

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    Hi all. Having a problem with this page on my site:

    http://theendoftheline.x10host.com/graphics/graphicslibrary.html

    It displays about 1000 graphics. (Too many, perhaps??)

    I will either get this error: "Too Many Requests. The requested URL has reached its request limit. Please wait and try your request again",
    and/or all the graphics will not display.

    I'm guessing/imagining I'm running into a bandwidth limit of some kind, that I'm not aware of?
    Any comment/advice much apprec.

    hey thanks,
    [Cajun Queen]
     
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    kenny9 Member

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    The statement below is from the TOS (found at the end of the page). What are all the graphics for?

    File Storage
    Hosting accounts may not be used to store backups, personal files, or non-web accessible files. Any files hosted on the account must be directly related to the website the account is intended for. Files over 10MB in size will be automatically removed from non-upgraded accounts.
     
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    theendof New Member

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    i see what you mean but no they're not backup files. They're a sort of personal art project I got involved in; heavily edited, customized, and curated graphics. I needed a few hundred when I started it, and it ended up growing into 1,100. (But, it's done growing: there won't be any more of them.) Having the graphics there accessible on the webpage is how my friends and critics review them, send me comments, etc
     
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    bdistler Well-Known Member Prime Account

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    with a page size of more than 58 MiB and more than 1000 images there is no way it will load from a free-hosting account - do to "High Resource Usage" (HRU)

    High Resource Usage (HRU) means the account (site) was using more then its share of CPU and/or RAM for an extended period of time

    check the resource usage graphs in your [ cPanel-x3 ] (not x10hosting Basic) - to see what is happening.
     
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    okay, will do. probably i can break that big page (with 1100 images) into say 11 smaller pages
     
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    okay thanks, I'll check that out too. Good suggestion
     
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