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Sat Oct 18 12:06:58 BST 2003
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On Wed, Oct 15, 2003 at 04:02:52PM +0100, Josef Karthauser wrote:
> It's that time of the year again. I've got a service running on a
> Cobalt box as a managed server at a UK ISP. It sucks. The O/S is
> inefficient at file access, and I'm sure that the bandwidth is quirky.
> I'd rather run FreeBSD, either on my own box or as a provided service.
> Can anyone suggest a good hosting provider? I need good connectivity to
> the US as well as the UK. I don't need tons of data transfer, but I
> would like to be able to burst into the megabits.
> Any ideas would be very gratefull welcomed. (Aled?)
gradwell.com run FreeBSD in the UK if a shell account is good enough.
Equally there's Pair (www.pair.com) in the US who I've used in the past.
Also johncompanies.com do FreeBSD jails in the US. Colo-wise in the UK
it's worth looking at Paul Sladen's cheap colo page:
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