What my colleague said above is the best advice: if in doubt, open a ticket.
To add a bit more guidance for future readers, the first thing you should notice is whether the “Unlimited” policy applies to you. For @aitte, it does so storage use is subject to some limitations. If you have the newer VPS, storage is constrained and therefore what you use it for is usually not much of an issue.
Side note for @aitte: if you have a cron script that just needs to take a file, run some elaboration and store it, you may want to consider using DreamCompute for that. It may be cheaper, too… You could keep your data in a persistent volume in DreamCompute, boot a DreamCompute tiny machine from remote with a script running on your current VPS, mount the volume, run the elaboration, unmount and shut down the machine. Depending how how often you run the machine and how long it takes for the elaboration, you may have this for pennies/month
If you’re curious, we can chat more: open another thread describing your cron script and data and I’ll give you more directions.