On Sat, 2002-11-30 at 21:32, POWERATOR wrote:
> If I am using web hosting services to host my web site, and the web
> hosting company is using RedHat Linux, Apache and support Python.
> Could I use Webware to manage contents, embedded PSP to HTML, etc?
> Could I install Webware scripts through the CGI-bin, since I have no
> control to the server other than using /bin and upload contents to
I am setting up a server that will be running webware as a LRP and am
willing to host 3rd party sites. Let me know what you need and we'll
see if we can work out a deal.
p.s. Patrick Giagnocavo also offered webware hosting a while back
I know that this is an old thread, but I just happened to have
into some nice Athlon XP's from a company closing their
thus have some extra RAM and CPU for running Webware.
Thus, I can offer Webware hosting for $19.95 per month, with $25
2 DNS addresses (e.g. http://www.zill.net and zill.net)
Traffic - 2GB bandwidth
3 email mailboxes
Spam filtering included
Your own PostgreSQL database instance included
CPUs range from 1GHz to 1700XPs, but the main reason for decent
performance is that I always set up our servers so that they
swap - which is what really kills responsiveness.
Note: this is running the appserver version of Webware, where
login runs a process basically forever. We put Apache in front
to proxy the requests and do virtual hosting.
This is a Webware-list-only price and is not on our web site.
| Patrick Giagnocavo, patrick@... |