When we eventually convert to unix (in a few months plus) I was hoping to do co-location, build a fast machine and pay a fixed month fee not varying on server spec and dump it in a co-location center.
"The scsi controller on the motherboard died and thus the server would not boot. I have replaced your motherboard with a new one and the server is once again back up."
However this has scared me, this happened to the HostInvestigator server a few hours ago and DN.net spotted the machine down, investigated, replaced motherboard and the server was backup, less than 30 minutes downtime, now that's what I call service. What the hell would I do if this happened whilst colocating, I'd have no idea what to do, how to solve the problem, who to contact and what the charges would be, being in different timezones and different countries as well, plus the time to order the part, install them etc....
I'd think we'll be sticking with DN