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    • This is OOS on the 0.5 and 1GB offers in the US.

    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider
      edited July 6

      @MTUser2012 said:
      This is OOS on the 0.5 and 1GB offers in the US.

      Thanks for letting me know, I've cleared some non-payments. Appreciate it @Ympker <3

      Thanked by 2MTUser2012 Ympker

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    • Thanks. I ordered, invoice #41.

      @Mic-hael said:

      @MTUser2012 said:
      This is OOS on the 0.5 and 1GB offers in the US.

      Thanks for letting me know, I've cleared some non-payments. Appreciate it @Ympker <3

      Thanked by 1Mic-hael
    • emghemgh Member

      Good luck. By the way, why limit addon domains but not sub domains? Basically the same thing. Is a client having 1 domain and using 100% of the CPU causing less than a client having 20 domains and using 5%?

      I think we should step away from feature limits and rely more on CPU and Disk limits. Things that actually matter.

      Obviously your company, your choice. Great to see a provider jumping in on the DA train. Might buy to see if it's anything for me.

      Thanked by 1Mic-hael
    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      @emgh said:
      Good luck. By the way, why limit addon domains but not sub domains? Basically the same thing. Is a client having 1 domain and using 100% of the CPU causing less than a client having 20 domains and using 5%?

      I think we should step away from feature limits and rely more on CPU and Disk limits. Things that actually matter.

      Obviously your company, your choice. Great to see a provider jumping in on the DA train. Might buy to see if it's anything for me.

      The limits were ported from the cPanel plans for consistency, but I'll see how the next few weeks or so go and potentially I could increase or remove, needs a think.

      New site! SmallWeb - Shared Hosting from £3.00/Year in London | Amsterdam | Melbourne | New York | Luxembourg | Los Angeles

    • emghemgh Member

      @Mic-hael said:

      @emgh said:
      Good luck. By the way, why limit addon domains but not sub domains? Basically the same thing. Is a client having 1 domain and using 100% of the CPU causing less than a client having 20 domains and using 5%?

      I think we should step away from feature limits and rely more on CPU and Disk limits. Things that actually matter.

      Obviously your company, your choice. Great to see a provider jumping in on the DA train. Might buy to see if it's anything for me.

      The limits were ported from the cPanel plans for consistency, but I'll see how the next few weeks or so go and potentially I could increase or remove, needs a think.

      Honestly it doesn't make sense for cPanel either. A subdomain and a addon domain is basically the same thing.

    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider
      edited July 6

      @emgh said:

      @Mic-hael said:

      @emgh said:
      Good luck. By the way, why limit addon domains but not sub domains? Basically the same thing. Is a client having 1 domain and using 100% of the CPU causing less than a client having 20 domains and using 5%?

      I think we should step away from feature limits and rely more on CPU and Disk limits. Things that actually matter.

      Obviously your company, your choice. Great to see a provider jumping in on the DA train. Might buy to see if it's anything for me.

      The limits were ported from the cPanel plans for consistency, but I'll see how the next few weeks or so go and potentially I could increase or remove, needs a think.

      Honestly it doesn't make sense for cPanel either. A subdomain and a addon domain is basically the same thing.

      I mean there's gonna be pros and cons, in general would you rather have all your sites in one account or have a couple of accounts to split them through? Not many people use sub domains in my experience.

      Especially multi blogging, one installation can go bad and then the entire thing goes boom.

      I don't wanna set limits to set limits, rather to keep everyone good.

      New site! SmallWeb - Shared Hosting from £3.00/Year in London | Amsterdam | Melbourne | New York | Luxembourg | Los Angeles

    • emghemgh Member

      Mic-hael said: I mean there's gonna be pros and cons, in general would you rather have all your sites in one account or have a couple of accounts to split them through?

      If I were to buy shared hosting I'd prefer unlimited addon domains. If I were to buy reseller hosting then a couple of acounts obviousy. But this is shared hosting and I don't see any reason to enforce hard addon domain limits.

      Mic-hael said: Especially multi blogging, one WordPress installation can go bad and then the entire thing goes boom.

      How? I run around 20 WP installations using addon domains on cPanel.

      Thanked by 1Lee
    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider
      edited July 6

      emgh said: If I were to buy shared hosting I'd prefer unlimited addon domains.

      Many of us would but unfortunately it's not always good. Especially with cheap plans, hundreds of websites on one account can take away from other users. The limits are just there to say hey, you can host multiple websites on this account, but to keep everyone happy, you'll all get X. As I said earlier though, I'm happy to rethink it.

      Anyone care to pitch in? Whether you've bought/going to or not :smile:

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    • SirFoxySirFoxy Member

      @Mic-hael said:

      emgh said: If I were to buy shared hosting I'd prefer unlimited addon domains.

      Many of us would but unfortunately it's not always good. Especially with cheap plans, hundreds of websites on one account can take away from other users. The limits are just there to say hey, you can host multiple websites on this account, but to keep everyone happy, you'll all get X. As I said earlier though, I'm happy to rethink it.

      Anyone care to pitch in? Whether you've bought/going to or not :smile:

      The real question here is: what would you do for a Klondike bar?

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    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      @SirFoxy said:

      @Mic-hael said:

      emgh said: If I were to buy shared hosting I'd prefer unlimited addon domains.

      Many of us would but unfortunately it's not always good. Especially with cheap plans, hundreds of websites on one account can take away from other users. The limits are just there to say hey, you can host multiple websites on this account, but to keep everyone happy, you'll all get X. As I said earlier though, I'm happy to rethink it.

      Anyone care to pitch in? Whether you've bought/going to or not :smile:

      The real question here is: what would you do for a Klondike bar?

      10/10 meme, but as a Brit, not much

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    • SirFoxySirFoxy Member
      edited July 6

      @Mic-hael said:

      @SirFoxy said:

      @Mic-hael said:

      emgh said: If I were to buy shared hosting I'd prefer unlimited addon domains.

      Many of us would but unfortunately it's not always good. Especially with cheap plans, hundreds of websites on one account can take away from other users. The limits are just there to say hey, you can host multiple websites on this account, but to keep everyone happy, you'll all get X. As I said earlier though, I'm happy to rethink it.

      Anyone care to pitch in? Whether you've bought/going to or not :smile:

      The real question here is: what would you do for a Klondike bar?

      10/10 meme, but as a Brit, not much

      I'm going to begin exporting Klondike bars and getting Brits hooked on Klondikes like blow in the 80s.

      Thanked by 1Mic-hael

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    • sureiamsureiam Member

      @Mic-hael said:

      emgh said: If I were to buy shared hosting I'd prefer unlimited addon domains.

      Many of us would but unfortunately it's not always good. Especially with cheap plans, hundreds of websites on one account can take away from other users. The limits are just there to say hey, you can host multiple websites on this account, but to keep everyone happy, you'll all get X. As I said earlier though, I'm happy to rethink it.

      Anyone care to pitch in? Whether you've bought/going to or not :smile:

      I would tend to agree with you although sometimes you add domains for other reasons such as redirects, emails, etc.

      With that said limits are good, but yours are kinda low... Maybe 5 addons, 10, 30, 50.

      Thanked by 2Mic-hael emgh
    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider
      edited July 6

      @sureiam said:

      @Mic-hael said:

      emgh said: If I were to buy shared hosting I'd prefer unlimited addon domains.

      Many of us would but unfortunately it's not always good. Especially with cheap plans, hundreds of websites on one account can take away from other users. The limits are just there to say hey, you can host multiple websites on this account, but to keep everyone happy, you'll all get X. As I said earlier though, I'm happy to rethink it.

      Anyone care to pitch in? Whether you've bought/going to or not :smile:

      I would tend to agree with you although sometimes you add domains for other reasons such as redirects, emails, etc.

      With that said limits are good, but yours are kinda low... Maybe 5 addons, 10, 30, 50.

      Thanks for your feedback @sureiam - I'll be working on this

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    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider
      edited July 7

      @emgh I've been thinking and so far my thoughts are that even if there are domain limits, maybe at least one plan should have unlimited. I will be testing this on the 2GB plan. But I may have to implement anti-abuse measures.

      As said, the others may be a bit low, but I'll work on them over the coming weeks.

      Thanked by 1emgh

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    • HarambeHarambe Member

      @emgh said:
      Honestly it doesn't make sense for cPanel either. A subdomain and a addon domain is basically the same thing.

      You are technically correct (in that it's just another vhost config), but unlimited addons can attract some interesting folks. See: BuyShared applying limits to get rid of the 1k+ add-on domain affiliate spammers loading up accounts.

      @Mic-hael I'd set reasonable limits (maybe 5/10/20) and give people the option to ticket to raise the limit if they truly need more.

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    • williewillie Member
      edited July 7

      0.5GB New York is in stock now. I didn't buy, but looks like good product. I don't see why have domain limits: we all hoard idle domains just like we do VPS, and it would be nice to run our own parking pages instead of using registrars'.

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    • angstromangstrom Member
      edited July 7

      @Harambe said: @Mic-hael I'd set reasonable limits (maybe 5/10/20) and give people the option to ticket to raise the limit if they truly need more.

      Yeah, there's something not entirely conceptually satisfying about the current 3/5/9. Minimally, I would have thought 3/6/9, but 4/8/16 or 5/10/20 would be preferable and especially the last would be particularly attractive. :smile:

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    • donlidonli Member
      edited July 7

      @Harambe said:

      @emgh said:
      Honestly it doesn't make sense for cPanel either. A subdomain and a addon domain is basically the same thing.

      You are technically correct (in that it's just another vhost config), but unlimited addons can attract some interesting folks. See: BuyShared applying limits to get rid of the 1k+ add-on domain affiliate spammers loading up accounts.

      Yes, the bottom line is although sub-domains are similar to separate domains in theory, in reality a shared hosting provider is more likely to experience increased resource usage from a each unique domain than each sub-domain.

      Thanked by 1angstrom
    • emghemgh Member

      @donli said:

      @Harambe said:

      @emgh said:
      Honestly it doesn't make sense for cPanel either. A subdomain and a addon domain is basically the same thing.

      You are technically correct (in that it's just another vhost config), but unlimited addons can attract some interesting folks. See: BuyShared applying limits to get rid of the 1k+ add-on domain affiliate spammers loading up accounts.

      Yes, the bottom line is although sub-domains are similar to separate domains in theory, in reality a shared hosting provider is more likely to experience increased resource usage from a each unique domain than each add-on domain.

      Ahhh I see and there's not Cloudlinux and so that might become an issue? I guess it's all about monitoring servers.

    • donlidonli Member

      @willie said:
      0.5GB New York is in stock now. I didn't buy, but looks like good product. I don't see why have domain limits: we all hoard idle domains just like we do VPS, and it would be nice to run our own parking pages instead of using registrars'.

      Some shared hosting providers do have separate limits for full add-on domains and domains used just for parking pages.

      Thanked by 1uptime
    • uptimeuptime Member

      @willie said:
      we all hoard idle domains

      for the longest time I've been happy to use Fastmail for simple parking and DNS for random idle domains. But that's a $50 per year solution - and a bit of a kludge (extremely limited functionality last time I checked).

      So +1 for a domain parking lot deal here ...

    • vimalwarevimalware Member

      Bookmarked your offer. I still have 3 months to decide.

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    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      Yeah, my limits start to make less sense.

      The plans are called 0.5 and 1.0... I would have expected myself to put the domains at 5 and 10 for consistency :P

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    • williewillie Member

      uptime said: Fastmail for simple parking

      That's an interesting idea since I use them for email anyway, and I do have a few static sites with them. Alternatively I might just use a super cheap vps for parking since there will almost no parking traffic and I don't care if there is occasional downtime.

      Thanked by 1uptime
    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      willie said: Alternatively I might just use a super cheap vps for parking since there will almost no parking traffic and I don't care if there is occasional downtime.

      Good choice, especially if you don't need a panel.

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    • MaherMaher Member

      Great offer in a time of need.

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    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      Thanks @Maher!

      NYC is closing up to 80% and will be OOS soon. LUX should be good for a few more once it's been boosted. =]

      Thanked by 1Ympker

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    • uptimeuptime Member

      LUX should be good for a few more once it's been boosted.

      what is mean bo-osted ?

      Thanked by 2Mic-hael emgh
    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      @uptime said:

      LUX should be good for a few more once it's been boosted.

      what is mean bo-osted ?

      Just a little RAM/Disk upgrade. PHPcompilers.. :P

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    • emghemgh Member

      RAID SELEKTOR?

    • ITLabsITLabs Member

      NO SENSE. PERIOD.

    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      This is about to be my mo-ost popular po-ost.

      What features do y'all want?

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    • ITLabsITLabs Member

      @Mic-hael said:
      This is about to be my mo-ost popular po-ost.

      What features do y'all want?

      A co-ol po-ol of mo-os.

      Tks

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    • AuroraZAuroraZ Member

      More Yeti's I need mo-ore and mo-ore Yeti's.

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    • vyas11vyas11 Member

      @Mic-hael said:

      @uptime said:

      LUX should be good for a few more once it's been boosted.

      what is mean bo-osted ?

      Just a little RAM/Disk upgrade. PHPcompilers.. :P

      Yeehaw! More horsepower!

      Thanked by 1Mic-hael

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    • Sofia_KSofia_K Member

      will sure consider your DA plans.

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    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      @Sofia_K said:
      will sure consider your DA plans.

      No rush on that part, feel free to come back in a few weeks and see how everyone else is liking it <3

      "Have a great day!"

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    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider
      edited July 9

      Thanks for making this my most popular thread. Even though it's hype train, it's appreciated. THX1K :wink:

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    • emghemgh Member

      @Mic-hael said:
      Thanks for making this my most popular thread. Even though it's hype train, it's appreciated. THX1K :wink:

      So hard to resist.

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    • level6level6 Member

      Awaiting feedback on how the sites perform...

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      That's not me.

    • @Mic-hael said:
      Thanks for making this my most popular thread. Even though it's hype train, it's appreciated. THX1K :wink:

      Dear Mr Mic-Hael you are indeed the UK's no 1. :smile:

      Yeah keep offering great services and you will get the recognition you deserve.

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    • emghemgh Member

      @level6 said:
      Awaiting feedback on how the sites perform...

      It's a few sites on a BuyVM VPS. Decent I guess?

      Thanked by 1Mic-hael
    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      @emgh said:

      @level6 said:
      Awaiting feedback on how the sites perform...

      It's a few sites on a BuyVM VPS. Decent I guess?

      I've seen no issues, but then again I don't know how advanced people's needs are. =]

      Just to mention, there is a 30 day money back guarantee on hosting (apart from crypto) so anyone is free to try.

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    • ITLabsITLabs Member

      @Mic-hael said:

      Just to mention, there is a 30 day money back guarantee...

      Support and ticket menu with money back?

    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      @ITLabs said:

      @Mic-hael said:

      Just to mention, there is a 30 day money back guarantee...

      Support and ticket menu with money back?

      coo roo-c'too-coo?

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    • ITLabsITLabs Member
      edited July 9

      @Mic-hael said:

      coo roo-c'too-coo?

      Yes, tonight ok? :blush:

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    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider
      edited July 9

      @ITLabs said:

      @Mic-hael said:

      coo roo-c'too-coo?

      Yes, tonight ok? :blush:

      In the trees! (Did you genuinely have a question?)

      Also, looking for site feedback! Get 3 months extra by submitting your feedback:

      @TheRealDeal Thank you so much! You're very kind :smile:

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    • Mic-haelMic-hael Member, Provider

      Mic-hael said: THX1K :wink:

      2 left.

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