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Building Websites This section covers all aspects of publishing, developing and maintaining websites. Topics include: website design, graphic design, website programming, web hosting, website marketing (SEO, link exchange, publicity, advertising), monetization & etc.

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Old 04-17-2006, 11:18 PM
Juanzo Juanzo is offline
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Default Experience with VPS

I own and have around 20 sites online, and though I don't know Linux much, I took a shot and get a VPS to start trying things out.

I used Servint because of their excelent reviews and feedback I found, but the load was always high. I upgraded to their Signature VPS, and still the same thing.

Of course I'm not blaiming them for my experience, but concluded that while I really don't need the usefullness of having root access, I'll stay with a reseller until I can afford a dedicated for myself.
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Old 04-18-2006, 12:39 AM
Jarritos Jarritos is offline
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Personally my site is one a vps and I think it is great. Its a little more then how much it would be on a shared host but its much faster and I have a lot more control then I would have on the shared host. Personally I like it a lot maybe your host was just not that great.
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Old 04-18-2006, 12:49 AM
Juanzo Juanzo is offline
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Not really Jarritos. Servint is actually amazing, not only their support but their service as well.

My point on my previous post was that since a VPS limits the CPU and memory usage and resellers packages not (at least not while your sites don't overload the server), if you don't need that lever or customization and control, then a reseller is a better choice.
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Old 04-12-2008, 03:37 AM
ninjashoes ninjashoes is offline
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I was at for awhile, pretty good overall, no downtime

I recently switched to serverpoint
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