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    dotster?

    anyone ever used dotster?
    they seem to have unbelievable prices.
    I am a fan of thier domain registration, so i was wondering about thier VPS's
    http://dotster.com/hosting/vps/compare

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    As being a VPS person myself, it appears right about what you'd get just about anywhere.
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    2,500 gigs of bandwidth a month?
    that is not bad

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    2500 gigs?

    There is absolutely no reason to offer that much bandwidth on a VPS.
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    i could host about 20 video sites

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobby9101
    i could host about 20 video sites
    Do you really need to host that many? If so, there is no point to it. Get what you need and a little extra for growing room, don't buy a ton of stuff and have some of it sit.
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    To consider a VPS...

    Virtual Dedicated Server (VDS) Technology is a new technology based on the concept of partitions on mainframes and advanced resource scheduling to divide a computer into many virtually isolated servers. A VDS simply put is, a server that runs inside another server. Each VDS acts like a dedicated server but shares the same hardware. You would not consider a VPS without knowing:

    1) Real uptime guarantee
    2) Guaranteed RAM
    3) Burstable RAM
    4) CPU allocation
    5) Max number of VPS's per physical server
    6) Physical server specs
    7) Free daily backups
    8) Control panel options
    9) Is its VZPP complete, with Maintenance Option enabled?

    And more:

    1) How many years of experience the host company have online with its domain name?
    2) When its domain name will expire?
    3) The hosting company have a trusted cert?
    4) 30 days money back guarantee?
    5) Chweck what people are saying about the product in WHT...
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