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  • Lindorff
    New Member
    • Feb 2005
    • 1
    • 3.0.6

    Hosting

    I run a small hobby board (1000 registered users), and get 10000 unique visitors/20 GB of transfer each month. This has now proven to be too much for my webhost, and I'm looking at dedicated servers. The big problem here is the expence. I can't afford going switching from my hosting package $25/month to dedicated server at maybe $100-$150/month since this is my hobby and I don't want to charge the users...

    Does anyone have any good suggestions? I don't need much storage space, 1 GB will do the trick, but the bandwidth usage is increasing so it should be above 50 GB/month or unlimited.

    There might even be some tweaks that could be done to reduce the serverload on my current location?
  • Joshs
    Senior Member
    • Jan 2001
    • 1024

    #2
    If shared hosting is not cutting it for you, take a look at a VPS (Virtual Private Server) or semi-dedicated solution.
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    • Samael
      Member
      • Nov 2004
      • 50
      • 3.0.5

      #3
      Or you may want to look out for hosting companies that are not so large. I can reccomend the host in my sig because I am hosted by them and know they are a very small company with a big server.

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