[SASAG] Seeking a New Web Host Home

Richard Bond rcbondsr at gmail.com
Fri Mar 16 14:32:46 PDT 2007


This was meant to go to all -

GoDaddy.com  looks interesting.

*Dedicated Servers*<https://www.godaddy.com/gdshop/hosting/dedicated.asp?app%5Fhdr=&ci=5656&display=dedicated>
Starting From $79.99, Includes:

   - 120 to 600 GB disk space
   - 500 to 2,000 GB bandwidth
   - Celeron(r), Pentium(r) options and Core™ 2 duo options
   - 1 or 2 GB RAM
   - Plesk control panel options
   - Red Hat Fedora Core 4 OS

Virtual server about  30.00

Richard

On 3/16/07, Matthew Radey <marad at u.washington.edu> wrote:
>
> Chris MacGregor wrote:
> >
> > Oh yeah, very good stuff:  http://dreamhost.com/hosting.html
> >
> > For $10/mo. I'm getting 200GB disk (+1GB/week), 2,000GB/mo. xfer
> (+16GB/week), Rails, mail, MySQL,
> > Jabber, SVN, DAV, DNS, et al.,
> > with a (relatively) easy to use control panel.  I've also seen several
> DreamHost-ed sites survive
> > getting slashdotted/dugg, which is
> > about as robust as you can expect.
> >
> > My only gripe is that they don't support Postgres, but oh well ...
> > ------------------------------------------------------
> >
> > So, I have no personal experience with them, but I do respect this
> fellow's opinion...
> >
> >       Chris MacGregor
> >
>
> I use Dreamhost. While it's hard to beat the amount of disk and
> bandwidth you get for the price, their uptime is poor, poor, poor. They
> claim otherwise all the time, but don't you believe it.
>
>
> Matthew
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