Rubyy on rails hosting


#1

All,
Could any of you recommend an out fit for hosting my rails app that is
not expensive with excellent support. Thanks

Patrick


#2

On 5/8/06, Lurlay, Patrick removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

All,
Could any of you recommend an out fit for hosting my rails app that is
not expensive with excellent support. Thanks

Patrick

I’m having a lot of luck with Rimu, as are others.
http://rimuhosting.com/

I recommend avoiding any kind of ‘shared’ hosting for your Rails apps.
A headache waiting to happen.


#3

On 5/8/06, Lurlay, Patrick removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

All,
Could any of you recommend an out fit for hosting my rails app that is
not expensive with excellent support. Thanks

Patrick


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http://lists.rubyonrails.org/mailman/listinfo/rails

For high-quality, low cost shared hosting, I’d recommend site5.com.

-Alder


#4

On 5/9/06, Wilson B. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

I’m having a lot of luck with Rimu, as are others.
http://rimuhosting.com/

I recommend avoiding any kind of ‘shared’ hosting for your Rails apps.
A headache waiting to happen.

+1


Dan S.
www.peoplehub.com.au
www.dansketcher.com


#5

On 5/8/06, Wilson B. removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

I recommend avoiding any kind of ‘shared’ hosting for your Rails apps.
A headache waiting to happen.

I disagree.

Lighttpd proxied through Apache is nice in a shared setup. I have it
so I can restart my Lighttpd instances anytime I want. The hosting
provider never has to mess with Apache as far as helping me with
restarts. Not being able to restart your Rails app is very difficult
to deal with sometimes, so this sort of proxied setup works great IMO.


Greg D.
Zend Certified Engineer
MySQL Core Certification
http://destiney.com/