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VPS type package ok, need around 30GB HDD space, and maybe 200GB badwith per month, << provide some recommendations >> (dont ask for my budget!). Prefer live chat support 24/7, and need to setup/ transfer site from existing host.

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i got a adult blog(wordpress),sometime i will put some torrent files on my blog,i use lunarpages share host before,recently,traffic up to 3000uv/day,share host can't hadle it,so i wanna upgrade to VPS,lunarpages ask me 39.9$/m,just wanna know is there any other choice for me.

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these 4 all allow "pornographic" material


500mb-2gb space
20-100gb monthly bandwidth (option to scale this would be best)
php 4 or 5
sql (2 databases)
ssh (not required, but would like it)
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She found a free web host with no ads (yeah, I know what you are thinking but hear me out) and she asked me to move her site. In all my 11 years of doing website stuff, I have never had a host that behaved nearly as bad as this one. This web host kept kicking me off of FTP so I had to upload each plugin manually instead of uploading the whole package.

Shaun Inman's Mint is also acting up on her webhost. My theory is that it does not play well with multiple database connections and that all Mint is doing is just showing that half of the attempted MySQL connections are being dropped by this host due to internal settings.

Now, my question to you is if you know of any good webhosts that allow adult content to be hosted? I remember only one but it closed down ( I do not know whether or not the parent company (BurstNet) allows adult content anymore. Your help would be greatly appreciated.

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Moved on to nakedhosting... that site gets fustrating because every early morning their servers slow/stop for about 4 or 5 hours then back to normal.. their support sucks! Only tech support is ever online for live chat and ive only received a reply once from their ticket system outa the 4 times i tried getting support. Honestly i think theirs about 4 or 5 people running that site because i pretty much talk to the same guy on live chat everytime.. on top of that, everyones gone after 8pm+.. really, you wont get live chat or ticket support.. which further leads me to believe they have a small room of servers which 4 or 5 people run. Probably a family business who knows.. Dont pay attention to their 99% up time, most flat out lie.. but if your record your down times you do get a discount if you convince them its their fault..

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Price isnt an issue. Also it would be great if i could pay with paypal. Not a needed but would help start me off since i have to wait 3-4 days till it hits my account.

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Things are:

1. I have very little knowledge about server management, as till now my shared host was doing everything, so I may need a host who offers a completely managed hosting, including backups, security, etc (just as a shared host would do).

2. I need a host that allows extreme adult contents.

3. The site will be a new one, but I am planning to go for offline marketing and hoping that I will get a good amount of visitors. Also the site will offer online movies. Taking these things into consideration, I am thinking that I may need a host that offers unmetered bandwidth.

I would like to get some tips from you guys, and if any of you know a good host, thanks for letting me know as well.

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Dec 15, 2008

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root@leet [~/botnet/BotNET-1.0]# .
Compiling source code . . .
In file included from src/main.c:9:
src/../include/bot.h:43: error: array type has incomplete element type
src/../include/bot.h:57: error: array type has incomplete element type
src/../include/bot.h:89: error: array type has incomplete element type
src/main.c: In function:
src/main.c:146: error: type of formal parameter 1 is incomplete
Here is my file:
# BotNET installation script.
# If this script causes problems, try "make all" instead.
# Usage: .


echo "Compiling source code . . ."

bot=`$cc src/main.c src/launch.c src/memo.c src/seen.c src/parse.c src/help.c src/log.c src/info.c -o bin/bot -pthread || (echo 1)`
botnet=`$cc src/botserv.c -o bin/botserv || (echo 1)`

if [ "$bot" != "1" ]; then
echo "Installation complete."
echo "Executables will be found in bin/"
echo "Errors encountered during compilation!"

My OS is centOs 5.x
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* I have tried all other way to install (make all) and other *

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The "EXAMPLE" Specs.

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256GB DDR2,
8 600GB SAS 10k,
Several Server setup:
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I understand the differences in shared hosting, virtual private or dedicated server, and dedicated hosting unmanaged or managed. What I'm not sure about is what would be best for our needs. If I dont get other advice, I'll probably sign up for shared hosting with a provider that has other service types available.

We do not do any E-commerce, but our website is our advertising and if we're down we can lose sales. Our customers need access to documentation downloads and get upset if we're down. Our current site has shown these statistics on average per day: 3000-4000 hits, 3000-4000 files 200 visits. Our monthly bandwidth was a maximum of 2GB over the past year. We need less than 50 email addresses.

Phone support is necessary, 24/7 would be nice. We need server monitoring and security, good uptime and reliability statistics or a guarantee. Control panel and statistics would be nice. We dont need any website design tools.

I've used Futurequest for a website in the past but their geared to E-Commerce and have no phone support. I have some websites registered with Dotster but they're very light on support. A colleague has used Lunarpages for similar businesses, I think, and he recommended them. He indicated they were good for him with phone support.

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I'm glad I found this site-lots of good info but nothing like throwing up some stats and seeing what people recommend. The client told me he wanted to move to a dedicated server but I'm thinking a VPS might do the trick. Especially if upgraded with dedicated Core as well as RAM such as wiredtree is offering.

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*needs to be fully managed

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