I have been using the tagadab xen hosting service and am very happy with it
Peter, like you I don't need a shed load of bells and whistles, you choose
your own distro and modify to your needs. I don't have shares in them or
any of that, I don't even have shares in NAMA as I bailed out of the bubble
at the height of it :)
They are not too hard to track down with a Search engine :) I don't want to
break any rules by advertising them too overtly, but I am with them a while
now and no major issues happy to report.
Hope this helps,
A fool's brain digests philosophy into folly, science into superstition, and
art into pedantry.
Hence University education.
-- G. B. Shaw
On 27 November 2010 23:03, Peter Flynn <peter at silmaril.ie> wrote:
> My long-time hosting company was taken over a few years ago and has been
> going steadily downhill since the boss sold out and retired. Now they
> have suddenly started running a malware detector on all uploads from
> site owners. The result is that I cannot upload even plaintext data
> files, HTML or XML documents, without the risk of them being arbitrarily
> deleted the moment they upload. Their tech support is helpless and
> doesn't appear to know what rules the malware detector applies.
>> As a result, I need a new hosting service.
>> The current setup is small and pretty standard: 2Gb of disk, 5
> subdomains, LAMP plus Tomcat, SSL, CGI, sftp and shell access, with
> about 3Gb/month traffic bandwidth. There's a mail service with up to 100
> names, some lists, a webmail front end, and POP/IMAP access. I want to
> expand a little, so these are minima.
>> I'm open to suggestions. I need stability and a promise not to fuck with
> my files.
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