[sf-perl] Perl host porting
fred at redhotpenguin.com
Thu Dec 18 13:52:53 PST 2008
One alternative would be to find a really good hosting company.
Pairnic.com is a big supporter of Perl. I can see the viewpoint of
totally handing off the application to the hosting company. There is
one ruby on rails hosting company I saw the other day; that is all
they do, so they are experts at hosting ROR apps. I don't know if
Pairnic.com does something similar, but there has got to be a perl
friendly hosting company out there that really knows their stuff.
On Thu, Dec 18, 2008 at 1:41 PM, Walt Sanders
<wsanders at pacificwebdesign.org> wrote:
> You are probably right, although I've tried to avoid having to set up my own
> server. Don't really want to spend the time learning that game. But, it
> maybe the only way go. Thanks for the thoughts, Walt.
> On Thursday, at , Fred Moyer wrote:
>> On Thu, Dec 18, 2008 at 12:29 PM, Walt Sanders
>> <wsanders at pacificwebdesign.org> wrote:
>>> Am I the only one finding Perl porting to different web hosts a problem?
>>> I'm wondering if I live alone in my own little world of "stay the hell
>>> from perl if you want a peaceful life". On the first host, I had found
>> I would suggest an alternative world of "stay away from shared hosting
>> if you want a peaceful life". Perl runs just fine, but with shared
>> hosting you never know what you are getting behind the scenes.
>> Linux based virtual private servers (VPS) are pretty cheap to host on
>> nowadays, and they give you full control of the web server. Which not
>> everyone needs, but it sounds like you have gotten to that power user
>> stage where you want control over how the web server is setup.
>>> to be wonderfully easy to program, totally reliable, and generally rock
>>> solid in the field. This is a sad development. Can anyone enlighten me
>>> little as to what is going on?
>>> I don't really want to change languages, Walt.
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