In January I moved a client off of dedicated hosting and moved them to VPSLink. I dug the VPS concept, but found myself chafing against the limits of OpenVZ. In the past couple of months I've moved two clients from Textdrive to Debian environments on Slicehost, and I am happy with the outcome. Yay Xen. Now I have a project that requires gobs of disk space, so I'm looking for a someone to provide a hardware-managed Ubuntu box on which I'd have root access. I'd use a VPS if I could find one with >300gigs of storage, but I am of the impression that this is a pretty tall order. I'll be googling furiously, but my experience shows that good hosting companies can become mediocre-to-crap hosting companies in a short timeframe. I'm here to kneel before the Church of What's Happening Now, baby. ---- Lars Lehtonen
on 2007-04-06 00:47
on 2007-04-06 01:16
On Friday 06 April 2007 8:16 am, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote: > I'd use a VPS if I could find one with >300gigs of > storage, but I am of the impression that this is a pretty tall order. have you considered using Amazon S3 storage from you current VPS. There are drivers available to mount the Amazon S3 as a local drive on Linux. You then have unlimited storage. http://www.amazon.com/S3-AWS-home-page-Money/b/ref... Cheers, Anthony
on 2007-04-09 21:48
Lars, look at RimuHosting (http://www.rimuhosting.com). I'm still testing my first Rails app with them, but offers all that you are asking for: an Ubuntu 6.10 Box Rails ready. Good luck. Juan M. Blasco, Madrid, Spain.
on 2007-04-09 22:19
You can also try SliceHost: http://www.slicehost.com On 4/9/07, Juan M. Blasco <email@example.com> wrote: > > Juan M. Blasco, Madrid, Spain. > > > -- > Posted via http://www.ruby-forum.com/. > > > > -- Chris Bailey firstname.lastname@example.org