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  1. #1

    Virtual Plans vs VPS

    I can't beleive the scammers that are calling shared hosting plans "Virtual" Plans to try to confuse people into thinking they are getting a cheap Virtual Private Server for a low price.


    That's the first sign to stay away from them.

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    I don't see a problem. Shared hosting was known as "virtual hosting" before Virtual Private Servers even existed.

  3. #3
    If you look at the Apache docs, you'll find references to "Virtual Hosts" all over the place.

    I think that expecting that Virtual=VPS might be asking a bit too much.

    I'm more irritated by the people who offer a "VPS" that doesn't give you root, won't let you install your own web server, and limits the number of domains you can host.

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    Join Date
    Nov 2005
    remember virtually private does not mean private.

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