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I have been looking around for VPS hosting and reading customer reviews at WebHostingTalk.com. VPSColo, Dinix, Linode and TecTonic seem to be the better ones in terms of reliability, support, etc.
August 24th, 2004 at 9pm
TecTonic looks pretty good, especially the Power or Professional plan.
I’ve been very happy with johncompanies.com. They have a good deal if you’re an opensource developer for a Linux VPS system for $45/month.
August 25th, 2004 at 3am
I have been very happy with RimuHosting.
August 25th, 2004 at 3pm
I’d pay attention at the distro they are using as a server.
I don’t think Fedora is the right choice for server usages, imho.
Cheah Chu Yeow
August 25th, 2004 at 7pm
I chose Linode because of its Linode Platform Manager. It allows you to quickly install a distro from disk images via a web-based interface. I intend to use either Gentoo or Debian.
Right now, emerge is taking a bloody long time heh. It took more than 6 hours to emerge glibc (which is not unexpected).
November 9th, 2004 at 6am
I was looking for a Canadian VPS and choose to go with MonsterHosting.ca. I have been very happy with there servers and service. I also noticed when I was shopping that most hosts don’t give you access to the Power Panel that comes with Virtuozzo but Monster does. It has some really nice features to make life easier.
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