Here's another great company I personally use. AITcom.net. I've been with them for 4 years now and they have only increased their tools and support. Thanks, Alice -----Original Message----- From: Peter Loron [mailto:peterl at standingwave.org] Sent: Monday, August 12, 2002 6:16 PM To: thelist at lists.evolt.org Subject: Re: [thelist] virtual private server recommendations You would be responsible for your own software, but for a virtual "dedicated" box, check out: http://www.johncompanies.com/collocation/ -Pete noah wrote: > I'm looking for a reasonable solution for hosting and administrating > multiple sites (about 10 right now, hopefully continuing to grow). > > I am currently using a Vserver, but in the year or so that I've had it the > company has changed hands twice -- I'm now, through no choice of my own, a > typically unimpressed Interland customer (example: my server runs a > three-year old beta version of PHP4 which Interland won't upgrade because > they're not supporting "legacy" hosts). > > I'm leaning toward a "virtual private server" -- I've done some research, > and so far I've been most impressed by Remarkable Hosting > (http://www.remarkablehosting.com/) and OnSmart (http://www.onsmart.net/). > Does anyone have any experience (good or bad) with either of these > companies? > > Rackshack (http://www.rackshack.net/) has dedicated servers for not much > more money, but all of the sites I'm currently hosting are fairly > low-traffic, and a dedicated server might be overkill. Also, as far as I > can tell from the Rackshack site, I would be responsible for software > updates, etc. -- that stuff is taken care of with a virtual private server, > which is nice. > > Any advice would be greatly appreciated. > > Cheers, > Noah > -- For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and archive of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !