[Baypiggies] moving from app engine -> AWS/other, shopping for parts...
rich.pixley at palm.com
Sat Sep 5 19:31:10 CEST 2009
I concur about the "horror" story. The author takes no responsibility
for whatever problem existed between himself and rimuhosting even after
months of an apparently ongoing problem. He admits overload from
yahoo. He admits a cgi script on index. But the only responsibility he
takes is for selecting what he thinks is a bad hosting agency.
IMO, he had a responsibility for sorting out the problem long before it
escalated to the point he's complaining about. Personally, I totally
discard his report.
FTR, I've never heard of rimuhosting before and have no connection to
it. The only message I take from the "horror" story is a cautionary one
about the author.
Brent Tubbs wrote:
> Having followed the link to read the horror story, I'm not sure
> Rimuhosting did such a horrible thing even if the facts are as stated.
> If I were renting a server that kept getting crowded out because
> someone else on the same hardware kept hogging the CPU over the course
> of 9 months, I'd like to know that the host was doing something about
> Also, thank you to whoever mentioned appscale earlier, I hadn't heard
> of it. It's nice to know that if Google suddenly turns evil, there's
> a platform to which I can cleanly migrate my App Engine projects.
> On Thu, Sep 3, 2009 at 4:39 PM, William Deegan<bdbaddog at gmail.com> wrote:
>> JJ & All,
>> You may wish to read the following about rimuhosting..
>> On Thu, Sep 3, 2009 at 4:22 PM, Shannon -jj Behrens <jjinux at gmail.com>
>>> On Wed, Sep 2, 2009 at 6:40 PM, Jeff Enderwick<jeff.enderwick at gmail.com>
>>>> I am moving a pre-production application off of app engine and into a
>>>> more 'traditional' virtual hosting environment, most likely Amazon.
>>> If you're interested in a Linux VPS, I *adore* RimuHosting:
>>> Best Regards,
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