It definitely sounds like you need a dedicated machine. Why not check out IE
Internet. They will give you a dedicated box, and will let you put on pretty
much what ever you want on it. They run redhat as the OS. I can get you
contact details if you want.
I know they are small, but a google will show they do not have anyone
complaining about them, on boards or anywhere else.
On 7/8/07, Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie> wrote:
>> On 8 Jul 2007, at 15:24, Michael Watterson wrote:
>> > Yes. dedicated or co-located server, for 300 users. forget siteground.
>> Forget any shared hosting plan. And if you're going to have 300 users
> on any Rails app, you'd better get a good feel for the number of
> simultaneous users you'll have as 'light' and 'Rails' are not words
> which belong in the same sentence.
>> > Hosting365 may not like digiweb as boards.ie moved from them to co-
> > location on Digiweb's site.
>> I'm sure that none of the Irish hosting providers particularly 'like'
> each other, as they're all business competitors. But I really fail to
> see what that would have to do with your choice of providers.
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