We are just starting a new housekeeping company and I will be
building a web site for advertising and then for scheduling our
housekeeper's time. I have no idea at this point what traffic volume we
will experience. I do want the Python and database capability so I can
build the scheduling system. Does your wife have a web site explaining
what packages she offers? Thanks for the help!
At 10:31 AM 9/22/2003 -0400, Aaron Held wrote:
>My wife sells custom hosting and has setup a few webware sites.
>There are no unusual issues, just make sure each user gets thier own
>webware running in thier own space. And gets lots and lots of RAM.
>If you are asking about running webware under a typical shared account,
>you really should not. Most hosts will look for and kill long running
>processes. You can try to start Webware under screen, but they will
>notice the RAM use pretty quickly.
>A better solution is to get a virtual server, or look for a hosting compay
>run by someone related to me.
>'Good' in hosting refers to the price/value. If you are in the 70-120 /
>mo range I like RackShack, (but I don't live with anyone from that company).
>Seriously though, what are you trying to do? How many hits/hr? How much
>caching is involved? etc...