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    Looking for at least 3 webhosts with REDUNDANT SERVERS.

    Redundant Servers - because I cannot afford the downtime I have experienced recently with several hosts. Multiple hosts needed due to site inter-linking issues.

    Any recommendations would be appreciated.

    All around the mulberry bush the monkey chased the weasel

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    What are REDUNDANT SERVERS?

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    I like hostrocket.com, they have been pretty good. they do have downtime once in a while but it's only for a short time. and lets say once every 6 months. or so.

    Jason

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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><font size="-1">quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by Crankin'_Deelz:
    Multiple hosts needed due to site inter-linking issues.
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    Crankin' - do you mean being penalized by having multiple sites on 1 IP?

    So was I - so have multiple domains across multiple hosts. Paranoid even about sites within the same IP blocks.

    Then today there's an article linked from the associateprograms.com newsletter. Interview with senior tech Google guy says virtual and all other sites treated the same. This statement is made plausible by the pressure on IP addresses and need for everyone to justify them - so there will be more and more compression going on.

    Article at:

    http://interviews.slashdot.org/inter.../1352239.shtml

    Don't know if I'm quite brave enough to act on it, but I am starting to scope out dedicated servers in my spare time.

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    Why don't you just go to RackSpace and use multiple IP addresses? My Rackspace server has had 0 downtime aside from my own stupidity and the server I have can handle everything I have thrown at it.

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    I'm not taking any chances on anything any more.

    Redundant servers = site stored on more than one server. If one server goes down, the other one kicks in. No downtime.

    All around the mulberry bush the monkey chased the weasel

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    I have been in 6 hosts.
    I can reccomend Alentus now, really good, fast support, lot of features, and every thign works fine, I have not contacted them in 3 months, because all works fine. the best in 5 years around.

    Also I have a very profitable site in hostingcreations, not so complete as alentus, but cheap and fast support, almost no downtime in 4 months, I have seen a couple of very short 5 minutes downs, but were reboots as told by email when contacted them, usually emails are answered in 5 minutes by a guy that do not sleep or eat, he is always ready there ready and knowing everything.

    But if you want to have the best of the best you will probably want to check maximumasp or if you have the $ the very very expensive datareturn, they had the best technology I have ever seen for a hosting company, redundant everything in multiple redundant configurations, but I remember the last year their shared (just 10 per server) was more expensive that any dedicated!

    Goodluck!

    Fer

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    The host I always recommend is oneandone.co.uk. Not great support but great up time. Not sure about the redundant servers, but they have all the info easily at hand on their site. Worth checking.

    Andy Williams

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    Hmmm http://www.lynxwebhosting.com are pretty good.

    They have redundancy through several providers including verio and a new provider called aleron, which have very good technology.

    I am really happy with Lynx especially there support team.

    Thumbs up to thsoe guys!

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