[REBOL] Re: HELP Needed for Rebol.net
From: tim-johnsons:web at: 11-Oct-2009 12:14
* Giuseppe Chillemi <gchillemi-aliceposta.it> [091011 09:47]:
> > In the case that I describe, leasing a server gives the "leasee"
> > (I think that is the word) complete control over the server.
> > Plus the support of the server owner. I had some domains on
> > Hostmonster at one time. With one account, multiple domains could
> > be hosted, but there was no seperation of permissions, which made
> > it useful only if one hosted one's own domains. It didn't make
> > reselling practical or safe, which is why I have this arrangement.
> TIM, what about using one of the service which offer a full virtual machine
> enviromnent ? It would be more flexible in certain situations.
I can't speak to that, because we are now pushing the boundaries of
what I am conversant with. Cniweb's server lease is actually a
virtual server. I think that may not be what you are thinking about
though. I think it would be a good idea if you and Carl communicate
directly with Corey Johnson at cniweb as to what you would be
looking for. He is a real straight shooter and will be honest about
what he can and can not do (or will not do). And do tell him what
you mean as far as "certain situations". I will be give him a heads
up now, and I recommend that you compose your questions to him.
And BTW: I have heard OTL from Carl with some questions as well, he
is best served as are you by "speaking" directly to Corey.
Corey may be reached at cjohnson-cniweb.net. On weekdays/business
hours you can expect very quick responses. On weekends - were it
not an emergency, you might wait 'til Monday to hear back from him.
I'm Bcc'ing this message to him as well.
> However I am happy there have been some feedback. Once the scenario is
> complete we could communicate to Carl our proposal.
> Hope we solve either the mailing list problem and the wiki software too.
> Giuseppe Chillemi
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