[nSLUG] Domain / web host in Eastern Canada?

Jon me at jonwatson.ca
Sun Jan 27 14:24:20 AST 2008


They would totally suspend you bu not for using the advertised
resources. For something else. It's a known, common, and expected
overseller tactic. Check out wenhostingtalk.com. Zillionz of
nightmares of exactly that.

Jon




On 1/27/08, odoepner <odoepner at gmail.com> wrote:
>
> Well, I was just using the features that www.siteground.com provides as a
> starting point.
> They offer 750GB in their Shared Hosting deal. 200GB is still huge, I know.
>
> I don't think a hoster like siteground would "suspend" a customer for using
> the advertized features and storage volumes.
>
> The website is for a Canadian Non-Profit organization and we don't want our
> data to be in the US.
>
> Oliver
>
>
> Jon-51 wrote:
> >
> > Just our of curiosity, whhst would you need 200gb of space on a shared
> > hosting environment for?
> >
> > I can pretty much guarantee that you won't find a shared host that
> > won't suspend your account for 'other' things long before you fill it.
> > If you intend to actually use it then you're well into dedicated
> > server territory with requirements like that.
> >
> > I highly recommend looking at webhostingtalk.com. You'll be able to
> > find Canadian hosts there and you'll also be able to get a great
> > education on how bad the 200gb overseller shared hosts are.
> >
> > Jon
> >
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