Shared Webhosting Plans

Dec 9, 2008

I would like to take in some thoughts on what the community wants in regards to shared hosting.

on the following
Type of plan (ie. specs wanted)?

Control Panels?
And anything else you would like to add.

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How Can Shared Plans Have More Than Dedicated Ones

Jan 27, 2007

I've been seeing shared plans with like 200GB space, 1000GB+ bandwidth for like $30.

Then the same company Offers dedicated servers for like $100.

Now 200GB and 1000+gb is more than the usual dedicated. So if your the host, why would anyne buy you dedicated over your shared. Your pretty much offering a dedicated at a shared price.

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Do You Prefer Shared Or VPS(VDS) Hosting Plans?

Feb 23, 2009

I would like to hear some opinions about shared and VPS (VDS) hosting plans. Is it the new trend to get a VPS plan? What are the criteria for opting for VPS or shared plan? I don't know how to create a survay here,

The question is:

Do you prefer Shared or VPS(VDS) hosting plans?

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When Is Shared Hosting Ok And When To Move To Semi-dedicated Plans

Oct 25, 2009

From reading a good lot of posts here, I can see that HostGator seems to be a good company and that many have a good feedback to give about it. I've also been reading that you should avoid overselling, though understand that some companies, even though they offer "Unlimited space and bandwidth", they can manage it well. I guess HostGator falls in that category too. My questions here:

1) So what are the conditions under which it is okay to go for a company that offers unlimited space and bandwidth? (Expecting answers like 'if you just have a few blogs and don't require...')

I have read (here and elsewhere) that for most people's requirements, a shared web hosting would do. However, for someone a with a little more web baggage (individuals, not businesses), it is generally advised that they look at semi-dedicated hosting plans.

2) Based on the above quoted, objectively, what are the things that you should look at (like traffic per day etc) and what should be their values (for e.g. like 15000 uniques per day etc) while considering moving from sharing to semi-dedicated plans? I think some of them are the following, can you give me approximate values for these when I should consider the move?

a) Traffic
b) Number of active websites
c) Sites with heavy resource usage. (Can you give me some examples of this?)

What else am I missing in this list?

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DS Plans Vs. Amazon EC2

Oct 25, 2009

My services/sites approached the state when DS becomes a must. Currently I have a DS with Server Logix (and am quite satisfied with it, to add), but I suppose I'll need another DS in the foreseeable future, to transfer most active sites there.

Amazon EC2 service offers several types of 'elastic' servers. The smallest one, citing the product page::

1.7 GB of memory, 1 EC2 Compute Unit (equals 1.0-1.2 GHz 2007 Opteron or 2007 Xeon processor), 160 GB of instance storage, 32-bit platform

If run for a month, this instance would cost me 72$. Traffic (bandwidth) is paid for separately; I estimate I'd pay approx $20 monthly for traffic consumed.

The question: are there DS plans matching the EC2 Small instance (i.e., 100$ monthly for the server of similar configuration, with 120Gb of traffic included)?

I have tried the EC2 hosting, to test its efficiency and availability. I should decide, whether to switch entirely to cloud providers, or there are traditional DS hosting that could beat EC2 prices and offer good reliability?

All the comments on EC2 experience and DS providers would be very welcome.

I am interested in USA or Europe-based DS hosting providers, if any. I'd need a server in approx 3-4 months.

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Vps Plans Of

May 11, 2008

Has anyone tested vps plans of

Any personal review or experience with them?

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Unlimited Everything Plans?

Sep 30, 2008

I haven't shopped for hosting for a few years now so I am not in the loop... but how are all these hosts offering "unlimited everything" plans?

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Switching Vps Plans

Apr 27, 2007

Its been over 6-7 Months sonce i have been using Futurehosting vps cPanel - Elite Plan and i have been really satisfied with them!

Infact they are simply superb!

But Since last Month i am facing various horrible problems with my vps in cases of extra server load!

i have hosted only a invision power board forum on my vps which gets nearly 1k hits per day and talking about modifications i have no such modifications installed on my board that can raise up the server load!

i talked to Vik about this issue and he changed my account to a new more powerfull processor with same configuration;s and same value for money!

but now last night i got their email that they can no longer host my vps and that i have to swicth to a dedicated server!

Well Talking about a dedicated server i know that i have to move to it one day for sure but this is really not the correct time for me!

All My Vps is hosting is the ipb forum

I have requested Vik To Give me specifications of what processes have been raising the server load on the vps so that i can get it in deep of it!

Also i did submitted a ticket to Invision Guys and they scanned the system and found nothing at all that can raise up the server Load!

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Contingency Plans

Jun 25, 2007

When you colocate a server you have to be prepared for drive failures etc.

I was planning on having 4 drives in a raid 10 array and so getting either a 6 drive or 8 drive server and having 2 or 4 spare drives on the server available for replacement.

I was also planing on having a spare server online at the data center in case of some other hardware failure on the first server.

Is this scenario normal and have I forgotten anything?

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PowerVPS Old Legacy Plans

Jan 13, 2009

Is anyone here still running one of the "old legacy" cPanel vps plans from PowerVPS?
I`ve have had one for almost three years now, I was lucky enough to get one on a really sweat deal. Not often powervps offer specials so I snapped one up.

The server has run flawlessly, however I`m starting to realise the hardware and indeed software on these VE`s are probably getting old now. I recently ran a benchmark which scored 22!

Just reluctant to upgrade to their newer 64bit HSPC plans, I will lose out in diskspace, ram allocation and bandwidth, plus I will lose my 50% lifetime special.
Trying to decided whether it is worth keeping this old vps going owing to the fact the hardware and software is getting dated. CentOS 4 is the last version they can install on these old VE`s.

Anyone else still running an old plan with powervps?

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Specialized Hosting Plans

Jul 22, 2008

How do you think specialized hosting plans (specially for blog, forum, gallery, etc) with less features for newbies in comparison with those mostly offered by huge hosting companies are worth selling?

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Is Godaddy Reseller Plans Worth Or Not?

May 7, 2008

Is godaddy reseller plans worth or not?

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IP's On Virtual Private Server (VPS) Plans

Nov 19, 2008

Question about IP's on VPS plans

A lot of providers say "2 IP's included" or something to that effect when advertising their plans.
What exactly does this mean? The number of dedicated IP's? The number of websites you can host?

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Guaranteed RAM And VPS (Virtuozzo) Hosting Plans

May 11, 2007

I have noticed that most "reputable" VPS providers state both guaranteed and burst amount of RAM. However there also seems like plenty that only advertise burstable (looks better in the ad, I know) no matter how closely I look over the details.

For a Virtuozzo based VPS, is the guaranteed amount of ram something that must be specified? Or can it be configured for some sort of free for all burstable only accounts?

What I am wondering is if there is any good reason why a host would NOT tell me how much guaranteed RAM I would get?

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Renewable Energy Hosting Plans

Apr 14, 2008

I am currently a customer with Verio but I want to switch to a server that uses solar or wind energy. I am researching different companies and found a few that I am inquiring with Aiso, Sustainable Hosting, ThinkHost, and GreenestHost. I just wanted to find out if anyone else has used any of these companies or if anyone wants recommend any other green hosting plans out there.

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Is VPS Really Suitable To Create Reseller Plans

Jan 23, 2007

I am planning to use a VPS to create cPanel/WHM Reseller Plans for my customers. I have a question:

Is VPS really suitable to create Reseller Plans?

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How Does Google App Engine Compare To Web Hosting Plans?

Apr 2, 2009

Google App Engine offers free quotas of 1 GB outbound traffic per day and 6.5 CPU-hours (based on a 1.2 GHz Intel x86 processor) per day.

How do those free quotas compare to web hosting plans? For example, the traffic supported by the free quotas -- is that
generally higher or less than the traffic supported by a typical $5/mo shared hosting account?

Above the free quotas, Google charges $0.12 per GB outgoing traffic, $0.10 per GB incoming traffic, $0.10 per CPU-hour, $0.15 per GB storage per month.

How do those numbers translate to normal web hosting plans? For example, the traffic that can be supported by a $40/mo VPS plan and $200/mo dedicated server plan, what would they cost on Google App Engine?

I know it depends on a lot of factors, but if anyone has any ballpark estimates or experiences they're willing to share I'd really appreciate it.

I'm trying to decide between App Engine and standard web hosting for a DB-backed Python site. The site will start small, but if the traffic grows I want to see which would be a better option long term.

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Multiple Accounts/Subnets Hosting Plans

Apr 10, 2009

I am the IT Director for a Furniture Manufacturing Company. I would like to establish relationships with Web Hosting Professionals that can provide me with multiple hosting accounts. Each must be on a different subnet. They do not require dedicated IP's. These accounts will be used to back link to a master domain. I can assure you that there will be no spamming or other unscrupulous activity on these accounts. Our company has been in business since 1862. I welcome this community to give me feedback thoughts ideas etc..

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Plesk 11.x / Windows :: Changing Display Order Of Plans?

Mar 2, 2014

I have the 3 default plans for hosting, Bronze, Silver and Gold

When they display, they come up as Bronze, Gold and Silver

Is there a way that I can change the display order? It seems to be doing them in alphabetical order instead of how I want them.

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What Is Difference Beteen Linux And Windows Based Web Hosting Plans

Apr 12, 2009

This makes me confused when signing up.

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Dummy Question: Do Dedicated Server Hosting Plans Always Allow For Unlimited Domains

Aug 24, 2008

do Dedicated Server hosting plans always allow for unlimited domains?"

It would be great if it was so, but I have NO idea if it is that way. My common sense says "of course stupid, you have the whole box for yourself", but my guts tell me I should know better before assuming it.

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Plesk 12.x / Linux :: Syncing Plans With Subscription - Integrity Constraint Violation

Dec 30, 2014

When I am syncing plans with subscription, it shows

Error: SQLSTATE[23000]: Integrity constraint violation: 1062 Duplicate entry '16-servicePlanId' for key 'PRIMARY'

Which table should I check for the problem in mysql database?

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Plesk 12.x / Linux :: Activate Domain Keys By Service Plans / Subscriptions Model

Jan 10, 2015

Recently I've tested the usage of domain keys on my plesk 12 server. The feature works without problems. I'm wondering however if it's possible to activate the domain keys by a service plan or subscription model. If not, for all my domains (65) I've to activate them manually and for each domain iIll create in the future I have to activate it too.

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JB Webhosting

Jan 24, 2009

Anyone on here a client of

I've been trying to get in touch with them regarding a 4PSA licence I bought from them a while back, but they are not returning any emails to either myself or 4PSA.

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Has Anyone Used Lunarpages Webhosting?

Nov 4, 2007

Has anyone used Lunarpages webhosting? How is their support and up time?

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Adult Webhosting

Feb 25, 2009

What is the best host that allows adult hosting that is a reputable company with solid uptime. Cheap shared hosting is fine anything other than lunar pages that allows for monthly billing.

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Looking For Adult Webhosting

Feb 8, 2009

Is there any adult webhostings that you have hosted with or recommed that are reliable and affordable ??

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Looking To Buy Good Webhosting

Apr 6, 2009

Can anyone let me know where to look?

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Basic Webhosting

Mar 24, 2009

I am planning to host my personal website which will be a bunch of static pages for the time being with the possibility of moving to PHP/Pearl CMS later.

For this, I think that a basic hosting plan of about .5-1GB space and 5-10GB bandwidth would be well enough.

Can you please suggest me a host which would cost around 2-3$/month and has a moderately good service? I came across companies like Umbrahosting and HostPC which are cheap. Do you have anything to say about them?

Moreover, some hosts give combo offers of webspace+domain registration. Is it wise to register the domain through the host or to register it separately through godaddy etc?

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Are There Any Flaws In Webhosting

Jul 3, 2009

Will there be any web hosting security flaws if I buy hosting straight from the package?

Sorry for the post but I am worried if it will be vulnerable or not.

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Thawte SSL And Webhosting

Jan 4, 2009

I am currently hosted at by a webhotel that does not offer SSL security.

I have purchased a Thawte SSL123 certificate which I need to have installed on my webhost due to security while handling online payments.

What is required is the ability to setup subdomains. Some hosted exchange would be good as well, as to running a smallsized business.

which webhost I could move?

Would it be possible to use and install the Thawte SSL certificate on their hosting?

How about the requirements for setting up a secure webserver by yourself? Prices for the hardware/software etc.?

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