SPUG: [OT] Shared colocation?

Andrew Sweger andrew at sweger.net
Tue Feb 26 12:38:20 CST 2002

I don't think this is exactly what James is looking for. But his inquiry
made me think to spam y'all with an offer (maybe even helping James,

I have rack space to share (you provide your own box). But there's a
catch. It's in my basement with UPS (main server up 205 days even through
complete house wiring upgrade) and climate controls (well, I'll install
the AC down here if it ever gets warmer than 75F) on a 768 kbps SDSL
circuit (Covad via Speakeasy, pray Tauzin-Dingell doesn't pass). I'm
looking to defray my costs (bandwidth and electricity). So, the price
would be honest and reasonable, the bandwidth relatively limited on a
single uplink circuit and not much in the way of guarantees.

Contact me privately (andrew at sweger.net) if you're interested. There are
many points on which I can negotiate (including circuit speed if we decide
to upgrade).

On Tue, 26 Feb 2002, James Moore wrote:

> Right now I'm using rackspace.com for hosting, and I'd like to switch to
> a local provider to (hopefully) lower my costs.  Would anyone here be
> interested in sharing a rack or a half-rack at a local colo facility?
> Or does anyone know of people doing this already who have space
> available? 

Andrew B. Sweger -- The great thing about multitasking is that several
                                things can go wrong at once.

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