Suggestions For Hosts That Allow Adult Sites?

Nov 3, 2008

I see that Peachy Dandy offers hosting for adult content. But I was also wondering if anyone has any other hosts that they would recommend.

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Good UK Adult Hosts

Aug 7, 2008

I'm looking at setting up a couple of adult sites (a forum and an image host) and was wondering whether anyone could reccommend any good companies from the UK to go with?

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Looking For Canadian Hosting Allowing Adult Sites

May 19, 2009

I am looking for a Canadian host who necessarily have their servers in Canada who offer dedicated hosting and who hosts adult sites. I don't have anything particular specifications as of now since my sites are overall small (1k/day).

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Good Web Hosts That Allow Adult / Porn / Pornography?

Jun 14, 2009

My next website will be a sort of adult orientated social networking type site that will allow users to upload adult pics ect.

Most of the good recommended hosts such as : medialayer, Rochen, Known Host and so on don't seem to allow pornography of any kind.

Are there any as good as those that do allow this kind of thing?

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Good ColdFusion, Adult, Fantastico, And Co-Location Hosts

Dec 8, 2005

I was wondering if I could get some information from those who frequent this site. I'm looking for some good hosting companies that specifically deal in some niche areas. If anyone could point me in the direction of some hosts with an affiliate program and deal in either ColdFusion, Adult, Fantastico, or Co-Location hosting, That would be awesome. The hosting company needs to be an overall good company as well, so if you've worked with a great company, or heard good things about a company that deals in the above categories, please respond to this post.

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Verifying Sites To Hosts

Dec 17, 2008

I am wondering, all the time people post reviews, and a mod asks them for their domain name so it can be verified. How do they verify them (connect to a host)?

I can understand that you can look up the name servers, and if it uses or something like that, well, it's obvious.. But what if someone is using custom nameservers or a host doesn't use the ones that are easily associated with their name?

Is there some other way?

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Transfer Sites Between Hosts

Nov 8, 2007

What is the easiest way to transfer sites between hosts. The databases are no problem, but the sites often have hundreds and thousands of files and my ftp programs keep bombing out.

I'm on a mac os x intel. Is there some program or command line method/utility to make this process easier?

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Understanding These Hosts' CPU Policy And Our Sites

May 9, 2008

I don't know anything about CPU. According to BlueHost, they offer 40 seconds of CPU processing within a 60 second period. Our sites are mainly forums and blogs. For the next year, at most, we'll have 200 unique users a day, we're guessing. Do you think running something like WordPress or forum software would be too much with BlueHost's restrictions? We will focus on 10 sites during this time, so it'll be about 2,000 unique visitors a day across our entire account.

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I Need A Windows VPS Suggestions

Nov 27, 2007

Hi, I am looking for a windows VPS provider. Ideally with servers in the USA. I am currently TRYING to register with, but until now I have been unsuccessful. I registered 9 days ago, and they have not yet been able to provision it yet at cheapvps. Every time I send a message asking about my server I get a reply from Paul or Russ with a one-liner like "I'll have someone look at it", "I've asked them to fix it" "It takes 24 hours" "etc", always one lines, not a single explanation.

I will give them some more time, cause honestly I hope they get to set up the server and give me the great service I have read so many people in this forum rave about, but right now I am starting to look for alternatives just in case cheapvps cannot handle my request (a standard config from the options they offer). As I said hopefully its just a perfect storm once in a lifetime type of situation which I unluckily had to go through....but I have not received any explanations yet...just one liners.

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Suggestions For SSL Certificate?

Oct 29, 2009

My online store is almost ready to publish and Im trying to work my head around this SSL thing.

So through reading on here Ive determined that only the cart or PII areas need to be secured, not the entire site.

My host provided a free SSL cert but I discovered that it is a domain verification SSL only and there is no "clickable seal" or business verification. Verification is important however Im not sure I need an EV cert (nor that I can afford it).

Im looking for business verification, clickable seal, 128/256, 2048bit, free reissue.

Does anyone have any suggestions for a SSL cert and what I might need? There was someone in the ads forum offering a GlobalSign OrganizationalSSL cert for $100yr. Does this seem like a good deal? There isnt a lot of feedback about GlobalSign on the net.

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Leaving 1and1 Need Suggestions

Oct 9, 2008

My employer has decided to let me move thier sites to a new hosting company. I can finally get rid of 1and1.

I have just over 50 domains with about 25 that had sites. I was paying $30 a month for hosting on a shared Linux server for these sites. The sites are small and can be put on another shared plan.

One thing I do need is PHP to MS SQL. 1and1 did not support MS SQL from PHP. I also would like to pay no more than what I was paying. The only good thing I can say is that I have had 100% uptime with 1and1.

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DotNetNuke Host Suggestions

Sep 15, 2009

I am shopping for a new web host. I'm interested in finding one that has reasonable rates, can spend about $150/year. I want to be able to host DNN sites in addition to regular ASP.Net sites.

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Email Server Suggestions?

Dec 4, 2008

I have a community web site with high traffic. The site is similar to facebook, meaning we send a notification for every action (new messages, poke, ....).

I was wondering what solution would you suggest for mail server? For now I have a powerful server with postfix that sends around 12000 emails per day (using the php mail function at every action).

Is there a better solution? Should i get another server and relay to 2 servers?

Is there any tools to check if the server is able to handle all emails or if I need another server.

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1and1 Another Disgusted Customer - Suggestions?

Jun 4, 2008

The server was going down every week or so since Christmas when I bought it. I re-imaged it, still going down. 3 times in fact this week. The logs say nothing out of the ordinary. I'm sure it just has to be hardware fault, but thier customer support takes ages to answer, are useless, pass you around drom department to department, and are not allowed to make outgoing calls! I'm halfway through a 12 month contract I bet it even says the uptime is not guarenteed as it's my root server....

Anyway, can anyone recommend (yes I've googled but want something specific) a good company with a good record that do plesk, because I've got used to it! Or any suggestions how to ditch 1and1 or get them to change the actual server?

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Colocation + Server In Europe? Any Suggestions?

Jan 27, 2008

i would like to know if you can suggest me a good datacenter to buy and colocate servers.

I need EU bandwidth, possibly Germany or Notherlands.

Do you have any suggestions?

I could only find 1 "big" provider on the offers section.

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Lunarpages And Hostgator Reviews, Suggestions?

Sep 2, 2008

We have several different websites, and trying to spread them out to different datacenters and companies to find a good fit (after a fire at one datacenter had us down for days).

We first had HostGator (semi-dedicated account when they had those) and our main problem initially was them shutting the site down when it used too many resources and them putting up a contact billing message for our customers at the peak of an email campaign that sparked the high resource usage. After that heated frustration, we got on a dedicated account with them and haven't really had any/many problems since. So can't complain too much there other than wishing we got the dedicated first and for them to have used a more diplomatic way of transferring us to a higher account level when needed than the message most customers saw during the transition.

When The Planet had that fire that knocked servers down for days, we were effected with our HostGator server. Not that it's to be expected again, but wanted to get a different dedicated server for our other sites to have some options in case of disaster and having multiple servers/companies to move things around if needed.

So we then got a dedicated server with Lunarpages. I was not unhappy with their customer support response as they've been fairly prompt IMO (at least compared to some other comments I've read around since) but we seem to have never-ending troubles at first with SSL installation (self-install and then them installing) and then general domain DNS, resolving and configuration problems. We call them literally every day as it goes down every day (server up but site not resolving) and they get it back up and then it goes down again for whatever reasons yet to be determined apparently. Not sure if different techs doing something different each time, or server being hacked, or what. It's running essentially the same stuff I believe that's working on the other dedicated server but with different graphics mostly.

So the inability to get that figured out has us searching for a new dedicated server. Otherwise, I think we'd be happy there if it just stayed working. Here's what we have/require:

- Multiple domains each with own SSL certificate.

- php and mysql needed with highly-customized oscommerce scripts running on each domain that use a lot of queries and resources.

- cpanel or something similar preferred for admin.

- About 1000 visitors on each domain per day.

- Need some tech support for resolving problems when they come up or would just buy/manage server ourselves.

- Budgeted for a step above the low-end dedicated server level for many companies, but not over $300 a month looking at the market.

We are looking at a couple different hosting companies but haven't used any of them previously. Would still like to try another company for the other server before putting both on HostGator but having bad luck so far. We are considering:

- InMotion (advanced dedicated server account). I've communicated with sales/support and seem incredibly responsive as all comments I've read, but not a ton out there on them.

- Fused Network

- SteadFast Networks

- Gigenet

- LiquidWeb

Probably in that order from initial research, but hard to know what to believe sometimes. Sometimes you have to just find out for yourself, but hoping for suggestions in regards to the best bet to try next for our situation. Already have read some helpful information from others about some of the hosts previously here, but sometimes things change over time (as it seems like with Lunarpages then and now). Hopefully our experiences with HostGator (both positive and negative) and Lunarpages helps others out too.

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Suggestions For Virtual Private Server (VPS)

May 22, 2007

I am "simply" looking to run a Joomla! community site with an estimated 250 - 500 and then eventually up to 1,000 users onine at one time. The main attraction will be the user forums and profiles. I don't plan on having any videos or anything like that, but I will install a mambot that will integrate Google Video, etc.

I am trying to pick a VPS provider and from what I have read so far, I have kind of narrowed it down to a few places:

From reading alot so far, I would imagine I would need at least 256-512MB of RAM. Plesk sounds like a good control panel since I won't be reselling any of the space. Webmin sounds too hands on, and I know a little bit, but not a lot. The backup option that comes with sounds tempting, but VPSLink has attractive price points. also gives you 1TB of bandwidth, a very attractive option.

I am "simply" looking to run a Joomla! community site with an estimated 250 -
As long as the site can run MySQL, I am happy. Joomla!, statistics software (any suggestions) and WordPress and that is about it as far as applications.

Any suggestions on what plans or who I should go with? My budget is about $t50 a month.

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My Server With Softlayer Was Hacked, Any Suggestions

Aug 3, 2008

My server with Softlayer was hacked after being 5 Days under attack.

Do you guys have any suggestion about secure data centers

Any hosting we can depand on them when we face a problem?

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Windows Server AntiVirus Suggestions?

Aug 1, 2009

I'm running Windows Server 2003 and I use Symantec End Point Protection v11. I'm not satisfied with it nor am I confident it is the best virus protection software.

What do you suggest for the best protection of a Windows 2003 server?

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Single Server Hardware ... What Are Your Suggestions?

Sep 8, 2008

Based on todays equipement I know a person can spend Thousands on a good server, I'm looking to build my own and just want some advice on which way to go.

I'm thinking of just building the server pc in one case and the hard drive setup will be in a seperate case with the following:

3ware 9690SA-8E controller
Mass-Storage 8x by A-Tech Fabrication for a case
8 - SATA2 SEAGATE 1TB (7200rpm) 32MB on the controller as RAID

Can anyone give advice on what would be a good setup if you were running 1 single server for local businesses. I don't want to hear just pay for a provider as I've heard that one before now I'm looking to know what hardware setup you would run I like to play and learn. Even though sometimes the headache playing isn't as much fun as we sometimes may have hoped.

What are m/b and processor options for running a server?

What is min. amount of ram a person should run using linux and cpanel?

Should linux be on a max. amount of space for root and server files on a seperate mnt?

What connection up/down would be min. for usage of about 5gig/month?

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Memory Issues On JaguarPC VPS. Suggestions? Recommend A Virtual Private Server (VPS)

Jun 17, 2008

I recently moved my site from a shared hosting plan at $5 a month to a VPS at JaguarPC. I took advantage of one of the offers here at Web Host Talk. My setup has cPanel with 320MB of RAM. I have another site running the same software (Joomla, vBulletin) with cPanel and only 256MB of RAM at KnownHost.

I've had zero problems with Knownhost and the site is snappy. The site hosted at JaguarPC continues to have all kinds of problems. Running a number of sites, I don't always get to check in on my sites unless I know of a problem. I'm sorry I didn't pay more attention to this site, because it was having all types of PHP memory issues. When I first contacted JaguarPC, they said they boosted the memory in Apache. The issues remained, so I contacted them again. They recommended more RAM. Now, I checked on my KnownHost site and that's running on 256MB. I figured that maybe JaguarPC didn't allocate enough RAM when they set up the VPS. They confirmed 320MB. Not wanting to change hosts, I asked them to poke around a bit more, considering what I know about KnownHost and my success there.

I received this response:
have checked and you are running named service on your server. named caches dns data and this can also consume a lot of memory, sometimes over a 100 MB may be consumed by this service.

In addition to cPanel and named which are most memory consuming applications running on your server, there are other applications like apache web server and the php scripts running on the server also consume some memory.

It is highly recommended that you upgrade the RAM on your VPS significantly to avoid such problems which may cause disruption of service. You can find a list of RAM and other VPS addons in the following link.

Instead of helping me resolve the problem, they simply keep asking me to get more RAM.

For SEO purposes, I like to keep my sites on different hosts. Can anyone recommend a VPS?

I was certainly unaware that "named service" had such an impact on my VPS. If that's the case, is there any harm in not having this? SEO or otherwise?

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Universal Hosts (uni-hosts) Two Week Mini Review

Apr 2, 2008

I was in the market for a new dedicated server after a couple of years with my previous provider. The previous provider did nothing wrong but they were no longer competitive when it came to CPU and memory.

I moved first to geekrack. And I left them after a week and a half as they never were able to get my rDNS records setup.

I found Universal Hosts on this forum and gave them a shot. I had asked for an operating system that they didn't offer normally (Debian 64 bit) and they said that they could do it. However, when my server was setup it was 32 bit Debian instead. They apologized and had Debian 64 bit setup less than 24 hours later.

When I asked them to get rDNS records setup it took a few hours but they were setup correctly and they worked.

Universal Hosts is also a BurstNet reseller but compared to my other attempt at using a BurstNet reseller they are fantastic. While the initial config was incorrect they worked quickly to fix it and were very professional about it.

So after two weeks - so far so good. Keep up the good work UniHosts!

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Apache :: Virtual Hosts With Windows 8 Hosts File

Aug 11, 2013

I am running Apache2.2, PHP5.I have been running with virtual hosts on a Windows 7 environment fine for a couple of years successfully, but have just had to move to a Windows 8 environment.It looks like Apache and PHP have installed and are working fine, but my Virtual hosts are now not being recognised. From what I can tell, it is the Windows 8 hosts file that is having a problem, as it looks as though it is now just setup to Block websites.

If I make the host file just have the one line127.0.0.1 localhost entry, then the very first Virtual Host from my apache config file will come up, but the rest are not found.If I put the usual aliasname is appears as though my website works momentarily and then is blocked..

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Directadmin Hosts Or Cpanel Hosts

Aug 16, 2008

Recently I stumbled along a host on here with a good rep and that uses direct admin.

Because they were very nice on the live support I signed up to see what direct admin was like.

Its very diferent from cpanel. Some parts seem to be harder to use like the phpmyadmin requires the username and password to the database you created not the control panel username and password like cpanel. Although I guess that could be a good security feature just in case some one gets into the control panel they can not get into the phpmyadmin, then again if they are smart and were able to get into the control panel they could get into ftp and look what the username and password is on the config file for the script you are using.

The bandwidth meter seems to be better in direct admin although I think its acting up for me as its putting yesterdays bandwidth on todays. I was told by the host that it updates every 2 hours and at first it did but now its gone to every day. Oh and unlike cpanel this bandwidth meter includes bandwith used by the control panel.

Niether one from what I can tell counts sftp though at least for the hosts I have right now.

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Why No IRC, Adult, Or Proxy On VPS

Aug 3, 2007

Okay, I keep seeing VPS (and dedicated for that matter) providers that say you have control over your box... and then forbid things like IRC, adult content, and proxies. Why? What is it about those three types of content that strike fear into the hearts of hosting providers?

I can see forbidding those on shared hosting accounts. The extra CPU and bandwidth required could really put a crimp on the other accounts. But with VPS and dedicated, you are paying for a portion of the CPU and bandwidth so why would the provider care what you do with them?

What am I fundamentally missing?

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Adult Hosting ?

Aug 11, 2008

I am currently looking for a hosting company to host an adult web site. I have searched through the web but can't make a final decision. Here are the companies I am looking at:

Extreme Hosting

Any advice?

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Need A VPS Which Can Host Adult

Apr 13, 2008

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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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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Non Adult Host

Jan 29, 2008

I am looking for a host for a small business. The client has requested that the host be completely free of any adult content. I usually use DreamHost but I am not sure how to check if they host any adult sites or not.

The site will be an online catalogue with shopping cart.

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Best Adult Host

May 11, 2009

Does anyone know of a really quality host that allows (and perhaps even specialized in) adult content? I need solid uptime.

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