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From "Frank W. Zammetti" <>
Subject Re: [OT] Java Hosting Providers, yes, I know it's been brought up before on the list.
Date Thu, 02 Mar 2006 04:28:09 GMT
While I agree they do this (it happened to me once), that is a risk you 
run in ANY shared hosting environment... an admin has to make a quick 
decision that will keep the other people sharing your box running, and 
many times the easiest solution (and arguably best) is to shut down the 
offending service, or app, or even domain, and then try and resolve it 
with the person who owns the supposed offender.  They seem to be pretty 
good at least of informing you in a timely fashion that they had to shut 
X or Y down on you.  At least, the one time it happened to me this was true.

I have been with Lunarpages for I think close to 3 years now, something 
like that, and it's been a fantastic experience overall.  I personally 
WOULD recommend them... good price for what you get, and they are quite 
responsive (in my experience) to support requests, and for the most part 
let you do what you want (yes, there are some "not allowed" items to be 
aware of as Wendy points out).  But, I seriously doubt they are checking 
everyones' domains, they will only know if a problem arises, so if your 
careful I suspect you can skirt that rule just a bit :)


Wendy Smoak wrote:
> On 3/1/06, Rick Reumann <> wrote:
> Of my mailing list searching, this hosting provider seems to hold the most
>> promise:
> I wouldn't... LunarPages has a habit of just disabling access to anything
> that they suspect is causing a problem.  Sometimes they have a legitimate
> point, sometimes they just say you're "using too many resources" or
> "affecting other customers on the server".
> And look at the things that they say are not allowed, including JSF and
> Spring:
> --
> Wendy

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