[Pdx-pm] OT : hosting providers
jeff at vpservices.com
Fri Oct 26 14:00:31 PDT 2007
David Brewer wrote:
> I thought I'd post my answer to the list as I know that personally I'm
> always interested in gathering feedback about hosting providers. :-)
Thanks, and thanks to the others who are responding, I'll summarize back
to the list.
> If you're willing and able to do your server software installation
> yourself, Slicehost (http://www.slicehost.com/) is a pretty attractive
> choice. You get a virtual private server with a choice of Linux
> distribution and full access to do whatever you want, at what I
> consider to be a very reasonable price.
> David Brewer
> On 10/26/07, Jeff Zucker <jeff at vpservices.com> wrote:
>> I need to find a hosting provider that has all of the usual suspects -
>> *nix, shell access, modern perl, reasonable support, established track
>> record, etc. - and some unusual ones (for this list at least) - PHP,
>> well-tuned MySQL with drop, temp table, and lock table perms. My
>> immediate need is a home for a medium-sized Portland non-profit
>> organization but eventually I'd like to move my own stuff there.
>> Please email me off list unless someone else is interested in the answers.
>>  I mention those perms because amazingly I have had three different
>> ISPs tell me they supported those and then, when I tried, it turned out
>> they didn't and wouldn't.
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