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Discussion in 'Other Off Topic Forum' started by Ryan S., Sep 28, 2004.
im preferably looking for someone who will be a good supporter of php and mysql.
whats your definition of good supporter? that is supports php and mysql, that they are reliable ( uptime ) or bang for the buck ( # of mysql db in account )... there are a lot of cheap, good, reliable hosts out there...
since im not really good at the whole memory thing, and how much each is(GB, MB, etc, etc.), im really not sure what im looking for. How mucch space would i need to run a site like ferrari chat?
do you need the size like ferrarichat? I doubt it, at least for a while. you can start off with a shared/virtual drive over at www.go-dedicated.com for starters. if you need something like ferrarichat, then you will spend several hundred to thousand bucks a month on a dedicated box.
unless you KNOW you will have that much traffic with a product that pays for that bandwidth, don't overblow and overestimate the needs of your site. most sites require less than 5 MB in size. it just really depends what you are looking to display.
thanks for the info schatten.
Ryan, Ill hook you up.
PM me with details on size, account info, etc.
I use 1@1 (www.oneandone.com - I think).
Web sites are fast, reliable.
Their mail server is a POS. Use another mail provider..
They have ASP pages and stuff as well.
I have a handful of sites on 1and1.com as well. reliable? for the most part. just not too customizable/configurable. I believe what he is looking for is something with CPanel with built in apps to work with.
did you get that PM Gentry?
I use myself. http://www.dreamns.com/
We're primarily business outsourced datacenter and hosting, but what do you need to do?
We use the H-sphere control pannel system that gives clients access to *everything* and the kitchen sink.
I use bluehill.com
Somewhat more expensive then average but they answer the phone.