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Re: [vox] webhosting/shell recomendations?




Dave Henley wrote:

> We use Hurricane Electric (www.he.com) in Fremont, CA  ..... I don't know
> what they're rates are for "virtual hosting" as we co-lo, but I believe
> they're a pretty decent bunch of folks and provide good service.

I second HE. They've got a new budget shell account for $10 per month. (Check
their storage limitations, though.)

>
>
> Best of luck,
>
> Dave Henley
> www.nerdbooks.com
> 911 Washington Blvd, Suite 201
> Roseville, CA   95678
> 916.677.1400 (main)
> 916.677.1403 (direct)
>
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Samuel Merritt" <spam@andcheese.org>
> To: <vox@lists.lugod.org>
> Sent: Thursday, January 01, 2004 1:52 PM
> Subject: Re: [vox] webhosting/shell recomendations?
>
> >
> > Rob Rogers said:
> > > [sorry if this messages gets sent twice. the first one is "awaiting
> > > moderator approval" because I accidentally sent it from the wrong
> > > address]
> > >
> > > I'm looking to switch hosting providers, and was hoping someone could
> > > give me some suggestions of companies they've used and liked. I'm not
> > > currently doing that much with my hosting... 90% of my bandwidth is
> > > used for email, but I have started playing around with the Drupal CMS,
> > > and will probably be using it a lot more soon. My main requirement
> > > though is something with a full working shell.
> >
> > I use Linode.com for a small mail and web server. They use User Mode Linux
> > to give you full root access to your own (virtual) Linux system. They
> > offer a pretty decent range of plans; I use the $20/month one and I've
> > found it adequate. You can choose from a bunch of preinstalled distros
> > (including Debian).
> >
> > The one thing to look out for is RAM. The $20/month plan only gives you
> > 64M RAM, which may not be adequate if you're planning on running a
> > memory-hungry application. I had to get rid of mod_perl in Apache and
> > tweak MaxSpareServers downward to keep the system out of swap. After that,
> > though, it's been running just fine.
> >
> > Disclaimer: I have no financial affiliation with Linode.com. I am just a
> > customer.
> >
> > --
> > No PGP signature because I'm far from home and sending via webmail.
> >
> >
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