CO.NL Sunrise Opening At EuroDNS Get 10 Years

Feb 9, 2009

EuroDNS announces the opening of the extended CO.NL Sunrise phase, starting tomorrow at 10:00 am GMT and ending on the 10th March, a great opportunity for all trademark holders to secure their CO.NL domain name.

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How Do I Setup Billing Cycle For 2 Years And 3 Years Using Auto Pilot

Sep 23, 2009

I see it only gives me the option for monthly, quartly, semi-annually, and annually, what if i want the billing cycle to be 2 years and 3 years?

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I have a script running on my server that has access via port 1031, but I would like to block access to it from the public, and instead allow access only through a php proxy script on my server which will connect to port 1031 via 127.0.0.1 (i.e. 127.0.0.1:1031)

So some may be thinking why? Currently users gain access by heading to mydomain.com:1031 . However I would now like to include adverts along side the script (but can't physically make adjustments to the script as the company that made the script has vanished of earth)
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Aug 10, 2008

We have following error when try to start apf in one of our vps:

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apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 110 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 111 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 143 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 443 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 465 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 623 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 918 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 993 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 995 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 2082 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 2083 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 2086 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 2087 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 2095 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 2096 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 3306 on 0/0
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apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 6666 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 7776 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 7777 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 7778 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 7779 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 8887 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 8888 on 0/0
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound tcp port 8889 on 0/0
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iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
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iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound udp port 161 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound udp port 465 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound udp port 623 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound udp port 873 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 21 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 22 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 25 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 26 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 27 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
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iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 43 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 53 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 80 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 110 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 113 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 443 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 465 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 623 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 873 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
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iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound tcp port 3389 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound udp port 20 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound udp port 21 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound udp port 53 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound udp port 161 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound udp port 465 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound udp port 623 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening outbound udp port 873 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound icmp type 3 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound icmp type 5 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound icmp type 11 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound icmp type 0 on 0/0
iptables: Unknown error 4294967295
apf(3126): {glob} opening inbound icmp type 30 on 0/0

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Does this mean the .htacess file is not there?

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Jun 12, 2008

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I see that some local emails was not delivered. So I saw in exim log errors messages as:

===
Message 1K5SHE-0001LE-LS is not frozen
delivering 1K5SHE-0001LE-LS
LOG: MAIN
== dadinho@xx.org R=virtual_user T=virtual_userdelivery defer (13): Permission denied: while opening or reading /home/levarte/mail/xx.org/dadinho/maildirsize
===

But I have not any file called "/home/levarte/mail/xx.org/dadinho/maildirsize"

What means this error message?

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Jun 17, 2014

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After the installation I tried to login and got the following error (I wasn't able to enter my credentials..):

I tried to repair permissions with:

Code:
/usr/local/psa/bin/repair --restore-vhosts-permissions

Which worked and I could now login. The Panel opened with the following error:

I can access certain areas of the panel without error (i.e. tools and settings etc, but I get the error when I try to access the control panel for single domains etc...)

Here an extract from the panel.log

Code:
[17-Jun-2014 19:49:12 Europe/Berlin] Exception: Permission denied
file: /opt/psa/admin/plib/Lock/Manager/Hierarchical.php
line: 105
code: 0
trace: #0 /opt/psa/admin/plib/Lock/Manager/Hierarchical.php(105): LockManagerClient->__construct()

[Code] ......

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Oct 5, 2009

We are the clients of LayeredTech for 4.5 years. Basically, we're fed up with poor service and below are the details. Love the stories about stupid circumstances leading to major catastrophes? You'll love the story below.

Another incident took place in June. We have ordered another hard drive for our server. During the maintenance, their technician obviously dropped an existing hard drive (never admitted by them), causing the bad sectors to appear immediately after upgrade. They were trying to replace it, but replaced a wrong hard drive (!). Their second attempt to fix things up resulted in a broken SCSI controller (!). Their verdict: the server is dead and can't be restored. It resulted in a huge downtime of three days. During these three days, we experienced the lack of professionalism from their staff (besides group leaders), poor coordination between the shifts (another shift comes and they have no idea of what the previous shift has started) and poor response times.

Now, they are moving their data center forcing clients to order a new server (you guys probably heard about it) and we have the same experience: poor coordination of departments. Friday: technicians offered a configuration and suggested to submit a ticket to sales (I've no idea why clients have to transfer information between their departments). Sales came on Monday refusing to fulfill this order suggesting to order a new server from the web site. We gave another attempt and placed an order, asking to upgrade memory and disk - the features we already purchased. Their response? It's not upgradable. Nothing was suggested.

I'm not to tell about the other issues, about red eyes of our technicians that can't get to bed waiting for their support to reply and restoring the server from backups. I'm not telling about our IPs whitelisted in major mailing services; years of work discarded by moving our server without asking us if we like to. Finally, I'm not telling about minor issues; they happened for these years.

Guys, we're fed up with LayeredTech and moving our server out (we have one more and refer it as "hostage"). Yes, we loose money for the purchased memory, for purchased a hard drive and for a setup fee from another provider. But we can't deal with them anymore. Anyone thinking about LT - keep away. Dear fellows who already own a server there - let's keep our fingers crossed; LT is great when nothing happens, but horrible dealing with incidents. Good luck, guys.

For LT management: if you want to proof the facts, my client ID is 4553.

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Dec 2, 2008

Since everyone else seems to be doing the review-your-VPS-provider thing, I thought I'd join in.

Providers we/I have used, either for business or personal use. Note that with most of these companies, we/I usually have the smallest available offering - we aren't trying to do shared hosting on any of these VPSes, but typically use them as nameservers or mailservers, though I host one or two personal websites on a couple of these, and use or have used some as VPNs, et cetera.

(I should also point out that I'm not as uptight and anal as some folks here; I don't monitor every single DNS slave and secondary MX server via a dozen different services, then shoot off a half-dozen support tickets every time a single service reports it can't ping the machine, nor expect a response to each one of those tickets within five minutes. So, if you're one of those under-medicated OCD types with three cellphones, two crackberries, and no girlfriend, take my comments about uptime below with a few grains of salt; I have no pseudo-scientific graphs, charts, or spreadsheets to substantiate my perceptions, which are just that: perceptions.)

That being said:

JVDS: Were really quite good, back in, oh, 2004 or 2005 or so. Once acquired by DedicatedNOW, however, it went through a steady month-by-month decline until earlier this year, when they finally settled down to that special level of appalling mediocrity below which even they could not manage to descend. We finally gave up on them this fall, and regret not having moved away from them years ago. JVDS "support" is actually so bad, that not only did I give up on them completely, but I to this day remain hesitant to open a support ticket with any other company, for any reason, lest I experience a repeat of the rude, traumatic, and terrifyingly inept horrors that have been perpetrated on me by the "support" staff from JVDS/DedicatedNOW/Fortress ITX. Best avoided, IMO.

Crystal-VPS: Have been with them since sometime in early 2006, as far as I can tell. Had some network problems... once. Other than that, and a few amusing communication mixups via support ticket (they speak English, I speak American), they've been great.

They're a much-overlooked option for UK VPSes, and I'd recommend 'em, if you're in that market.

VPS4Less: I've been a customer since April of 2007; I actually have a couple of VPSes with them: one "basic", and one "minimal". If you can live with their limitations - modest memory and disk space - they provide an excellent service, especially given the price. I probably wouldn't try to run a hosting business on one, but as a nameserver or mailserver (what we use them for), they work great. Since '07, one of our VPSes had unscheduled downtime - once - due to a hardware failure on the host, which was fixed in about five hours.

BetterHost.ca: I got a VPS with them in December '07, for a personal project. Not the world's most powerful VPS, but the uptime has been perfect or near-perfect, and I've never needed to contact support. I could probably get more bang for the buck elsewhere, but I'm happy enough with their track record of uptime to stick with them.

Welcome2Inter.net: I also picked up a VPS from these folks in December 2007. Much like VPS4Less, they provide unmetered VPSes in Germany. Much like VPS4Less, I have nothing but praise for them - the service and uptime over the past year have been excellent.

Virpus: We used them for a VPS this summer, for a short-term project. The price was right, the service was good, but we no longer needed the VPS after the project was over, and, with our main, dedicated servers in the same facility, I'd be a little hesitant to use 'em for anything really important, just because of the eggs-in-one-basket thing. As far as I can tell, Virpus are 100% excellent, but let down by their upstream, Wholesale Internet, who some months are 100% excellent only about 99% of the time.

CheapVPS: The unmanaged VPS side of A2B2, or whatever it's called this year. Run by Rus Foster, one of the two smartest Linux gurus I've ever had the privilege of communicating with (the other being Steven of Rack911), and who used to own JVDS back when it was awesome. They don't advertise much, as far as I can tell, but their service is excellent, and they occasionally have some special offers on their website that can't be beat. Not, obviously, a provider for those who need hand-holding around computers or think CPanel is the greatest thing since cheese, but an attractive option for those who who are competent enough to be entrusted with a command line. We've had a VPS with them since early this summer, and highly recommend them.

NYNOC: Everybody seems to hate on these guys, but we've had a VPS with them since October of this year, and the only complaint I have is consistently high iowait, though that seems to have improved in the past few weeks (knock on wood!). I believe the only time I had to contact their support was to get a PTR setup, which was done in under an hour. I like 'em, so far, but don't let that stop you from hating them, if that's what makes you happy...

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Nov 23, 2008

3 years with beachcomber

Hello,

I have been with beachcomber for 3 years.

First on Fortress ITX, then on SoftLayer and after that in Gnax.

I liked the Fortress ITX better but at the time they were limited on the servers they have.

The Softlayer site stayed farer from Europe and I have after that moved to the GNAX datacenter.

The service from BeachComber was very good and usually i was able to solve almost any issue quite fast.

Usually they are 20-22 hours per day online.

The chat service was very nice.

Then they have been bought by pugmarks. Pugmarks was very fast on answering tickets and on being on chat.

But just one week after their change of owner i have a strong server attack with thousands of index.php files being affected.

They made a full restore of the server (they charge for it) but after finished the restore the hacker was back in the server and they dont know what to do.

They told me to contract someone to reinforce the security.

I have contracted jonesolutions and they were able to stop the attacker.

But then i stayed with a full managed server where i have to pay more to have a second management.

The last thing they have done is to refuse me the chance to sign for their server promotion under beachcomber because i was a client of pugmarks.

That was the reason to quit.

But if you may sign directly with beachcomber they are very good.

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Jun 22, 2008

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ERROR:
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The version of my squiremail is 1.4.9

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Aug 23, 2008

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Oct 9, 2009

I decided to post a short review regarding PowerVPS. I've been with them for almost 4 years, and it's been great.

After terrible experiences with some reseller accounts, I decided to get my own VPS.

Truth be told they were a bit pricey when I signed up but I decided to try and see if their support was as great as everyone was saying, and at that point I reached the conclusion that peace of mind and tranquility are more important to me.

I must say they are great and it was the right choice. Very fast and knowledgeable support, always taking care of everything, answering requests that sometimes were related to third party scripts or settings. Overall it was an amazing experience and I would recommend them in a heartbeat. In almost 4 years I can recall just one major downtime and that's because it happened recently otherwise I'd have to start searching the closed ticket logs to refresh my memory regarding the last time I had any problems.

I have really been blessed with a great and stable VPS provider, and for that I thank everyone here who have shared their experiences regarding PowerVPS.

I decided to post this review now, because soon I might be moving my VPS somewhere else and decided that before I go maybe others will find this review useful (like I found other reviews in the past). The only problem now is that I'm paying $84.50 for a VPS which comes with Fedora Core 2 (which is pretty much outdated), 20GB of disk space and 768 MB RAM. Right now, this is lot over the average price of other really good providers like ServInt, KnownHost, WiredTree. Taking into account the current economic situation and the fact that I don't make any money from the VPS, I cannot afford them anymore.

However a really big thumbs up for PowerVPS and for the quality of their hosting and their support.

The site I currently host with them: [url]

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Imountain Review 1.5 + Years

Apr 3, 2009

well I have been with imountain now since 11/01/07 and they still are by far the best hosting company I have ever been with.

I started on a simple clustered shared plan, moved to their clustered semi-dedicated plan and now am on my own dedicated server (opteron 246 with 4GB of RAM). my server runs a wordpress blog that last wednesday night had 868 concurrent connections and ran as smooth as if there were only 10 concurrent connections. WP-Cache, xCache and memcache (huge server) are utilized as well as offloading images to steadyoffload.com

uptime

There were a couple of issues in the past but nothing major for me. The MYSQL outage didn't affect me as I wasn't on the house database server cluster that went down. there are the occasional issues for a few minutes here and there but nothing major at all.

Hyperspin show my uptime 99.891% since January (there was a large DDOS attack in there).

I can live with that considering I have failover in that if the imountain server goes offline a splash page from another hosting account(In UK) shows up within 3 minutes stating the server is offline and will be back up soon. When imountain comes back online within 3 minutes the splash page is gone and my blog shows again.

support

This is imountain's strongest aspect IMO. Their support is very knowledgeable, fast and even will help with 3rd party scripts. The have helped me setup a couple of custom things, always answer my questions with personal responses, not canned messages and always get issues solved.

They also have phone support which I have used once just to ask them about an issue real quick. For me email support is better.

price

I can't go into this topic much for certain reasons but their prices IMO are competitive.

con's

HSPERE control panel which takes some getting used to. I have it mastered now but when I first signed up I was lost as hell.

what i would like to see

I would love to see a customer forum. At one point they said they were going to install one but at this point nothing has come of it.

If they don't want to do a forum, I would like to see more updates on their blog when issues arise.

Still would like to see support sign the names to support tickets so I know who is who. if the support ticket does have a name it is always imountain.com not the techs name.

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CoreNetworks.net Review, 2 Years On

May 1, 2009

I write this review somewhat sadly as it marks the end of a hosting experiment. It started off as a hosting experiment in which I wrote my own control panel and used mpm-itk, but unfortunatly it just wasn't that popular, cPanel is the "Windows" of the hosting world now, its very hard to get people to try something else, this combined with the exchange rate have forced me to move closer to home.

I posted a previous review about CoreNetworks some time ago (i think it may be lost now due to the DB issues at WHT), but to recap i signed up for there $24.99 server. I was intially pretty dubious due to the price, but i have been happily proved wrong! Really since my last review not much has changed, server uptime has been excellent, i've not suffered from hardware or network issues. A few months ago a 0-day roundcube exploit infected my server and started to perform a DOS and using alot of bandwidth, they dealt with the issue very professionally, shutting down the network connection to the server and giving me the oppertunity to fix the problem.

If you are after a cheap and trouble free, and i cannot stress this enough completely unmanaged server, i would strongly recommend CoreNetworks enough.

I only have one DNS record left linking to the server (katie.hostby.net)

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Oct 4, 2009

I'm at Pair.com since 2000.

I started a website in HTML, then by different CMS (SPIP, Joomla), and now I use several PHP shopping carts scripts (Virtuemart, CS-Cart). Currently I have 10 sites.

I NEVER had a hacking attempt in 9 years. None security concerns. No downtime more than 20 minutes. Cumulated over the last 9 years, all downtime are less than 4 hours.

You can check by yourself any downtime of any Pair.com server, because Pair.com downtime archives are easy to check, on-line and updated in real time:

[url]

My only concern is spam. When one of my email address catch too much of spam, I just need to close and open up a new address to defeat it (sorry, it's the easy way to fight with spam, but I'm not enough smart to setup SpamAssassin).

The speed of my shopping carts is great (I'm on a shared server).

That's why I stay at Pair.com: (for me) There's nothing better!

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Servage Customer For Several Years ...

Jan 19, 2009

I've been a satisfied customer at Servage for several years but the last couple a days is getting a little sweat on my forehead...

I'm not sure but some really weird things is happening at servage right now ....

I've tried to login at my controlpanel in almost a week - several times a day, but are not allowed access at all . Get the message that etiher username,password or captcha is entered wrong... I then try to reset my password etc - and it works all fine until I'm trying to login with the new one...same result - NOT working.

After several non working tries I decide to write them personal emails at sales@servage.net, support@servage.net, reply@servage.net ssf@servage.net (which is the founders private email ), but NO answer .... usually they're really kind and efficient and answers within a few hours, but this time : NO ANSWER .....

This evening I would then try to contact them again, and see on their webpage if I have missed some important email adresses, and I was QUITE surprised to notice that almost ANY of their subpages is leading to a non-existant page - EXCEPT from the order page.... pretty weird, I think

I'm not saying that they're on their way to close down, but it is actually an option if we take a look on the world economy in these days...

I would be glad if other Servage Customers could tell me if it is possible for them to login at their controlpanel at Servage

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5 Years Review - Servint

Jan 6, 2009

Not really full five years. I signed up for essential VPS plan in March 2004 (so for few months it will be full five years).

My VPS is fully managed and support is great. It is real 24/7 and response time is always about 5-15 minutes, and almost always with problem solved (there is no annoying replies like; need more information's, please let us what you want or something like that) They always fix the problems and they always know how to fix things.

It was some big failure with hardware (I can not remember date) but they deal carefully with that, move all of us to different machines, clients was well informed, and generally there was not any long downtime (as far as I can remember)
Network are great. They have direct link with Deutsche telecom which means very good connection for Europe.

Few times I request backup for accidentally deleted files, and they recovery them fast.

Only critic for billing. One month (I can remember when) they charge me for extra bandwidth. It was caused by some attackers on server I do not know, as none of my domains cause that (It was some bandwidth leak other than http, ftp or mail, that I am not familiar with). Normally I can not spend even 10-15 % of total bandwidth , but that particular month it was 300%, so they charge me for all. I do not know if it is my fault or not, but maybe they should protect server better or whatever.

Other than that I have never had any problems.

I recommend them to anyone as they are really ''peace in mind'' company.

For the time being I will keep to use Servint services. I hope I will not forget to come back here again after five years with 10-years review.

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Hivelocity Review 1+ Years

Feb 26, 2009

I was a member of hivelocity for about a year and 4 months. I really like this company.

They have very fast support even if you don't buy the golden ticket for support for dummies like most websites want you to buy for help with your server which is called managed servers.

I went with an unmanaged server because i knew my way around the linux system. Any type of trouble i had all i had to do was go to live support and ask a question and they would right away check on the problem and fix it. I even remember sitting in the chat support for a few hours while they discussed things that were wrong and how i make my server more secure. They also even upgraded a few things for free for me that i didn't have the time to do myself. I also liked the ability of being able to go unmetered for bandwidth for a little bit more money instead of hundreds of dollars more.

Although if you know very little about linux or servers in general i would suggest the managed package.

But i would recommend them to people who are looking for a great company who doesn't lack the support a lot of websites out there tend to have with cheaper prices.

I have had servers from other websites such as managed which worked out for a while but their support was very bad and since years ago they have moved up higher in prices which lead me to find other web hosts to fit my needs.

Now before you jump to any conclusions the only reason i left hivelocity is due to i quit my job and needed to put my money elsewhere for a while.

They even let me go a month past due just so i could save my files which i really owe them one for that.

1-10 being 1 the lowest in the following catagories.
Support - 10
Server - 10
Price - 8
Company - 10
uptime - 10

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Medialayer Review Almost 2 Years

Sep 20, 2009

I am so overwhelmed by the quality of hosting provided by Medialayer, that I decided to review them after being almost 2 years on their servers. My "bread and butter" website is hosted on their server and all I experienced in these 2 years was sheer quality, stability and prompt customer support (very rarely required).

It is a saying that you get what you pay for, and it shows. Medialayer is not one of those hosts with "unlimited everything" plans for $3 a month. I am on their starter shared plan which is $9.95 a month with 500 mb of space and 10Gb bandwidth. Some may find that costly, but believe me, it is worth every cent.

Uptime: Excellent. I have never seen my website down or someone complaining about it. No downtime experienced whatsoever till now.

Speed: Rocket fast. Scripts execute rocket fast too.

Ease of use: Excellent. They provide direct admin (instead of cpanel) and never faced any problem with that either.

Customer support: Blink of an eye, round the clock. I am from the opposite part of the world (GMT +5.5) and at 11 AM my time, I get instant response to a support ticket if opened. Secondly, they go above and beyond, - I had a problem with one of my php scripts and these guys studied the script and pointed out the flaw (which might have been harmful) if not rectified.

I will be more than happy to let anyone know my website, mods please let me know how do I prove the authenticity of the review, with my website. These guys deserve a lot more than just a review.

Conclusion: The best host so far I have got. In these aspect I must tell you, I have 3 more hosting service providers, Medialayer smokes them apart. And my personal thanks to Gurpreet Virdi via this forum for running such a tight ship consistently. I believe, the success of a website business depends on the hosting heavily, so Medialayer folks - it has been my pleasure to stay with you all these time and thank you for everything.

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