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It depends on what you mean by "sites." One normal web server can host thousands of "sites" from the same machine.

In relation to FileMaker Pro, I often think of a web site as the web files related to serving one database (or one database solution if it's relational). In this case, yes, a single server can host many sites. It is limitd ultimately by the maximum number of FMP databases it can open concurrently, but also by network and proccessor speed.

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