James Eaton wrote:
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "Nicolas Verhaeghe"
> To: "'MySQL General'" <mysql@stripped>
> Sent: Saturday, April 15, 2006 11:20 PM
> Subject: Should we petition GoDaddy?
>> I am slowly considering leaving GoDaddy, who has a very good
>> bandwidth and
>> ok tech support (I have seen better but much much worse) and acceptable
>> prices, but unfortunately does not support MySQL 5 and PHP 5 either.
>> I wonder if I could give these people a chance but one thing I'd like
>> to do
>> is see if we could petition these guys and simply threaten to close
>> out our
>> accounts if they do not get on with the music.
>> The current version of MySQL is 3.23. I have no time upgrading my
>> server to a RedHat machine with custom PHP and MySQL, I don't have
>> the time
>> to do that.
>> Who think we could make them make the right move and pretty quickly?
> Save your energy and just move your web site to another host.
> Don't be too impressed by extravagent bandwidth claims. In a shared
> hosting environment, where servers are often grossly overloaded,
> you'll either have very little chance of reaching those bandwidth
> numbers, or if you do, you'll be asked to upgrade or close your
> account because of the high processing load needed to push that much
Who is GoDaddy and should I care? Is this an international issue?
when in trouble, or in doubt
run in circles, scream and shout