[nycbug-talk] Windows most reliable

Jesse Callaway jesse
Wed Feb 2 16:03:40 EST 2005

On Wed, Feb 02, 2005 at 03:27:30PM -0500, michael wrote:
> Most Reliable Hosting Providers during January 	Hosting
> Ranking by Failed Requests and Connection time,
> January 1st - 31st 2005
> Datapipe, which was the most reliable hosting provider for the second
> half of 2004, got the new year off to a strong start with a faultless
> performance in January, with no failed requests from any of our
> measurement points. It was the first flawless month for a hosting
> provider since last March, when German hoster Komplex had zero failures.
> Datapipe's web site is powered by Windows Server 2003. This month's top
> 10 includes four sites running on Linux, two on Windows Server 2003, two
> on FreeBSD, one on Solaris 9, and one site (Interland) on Windows 2000.
> Read the whole article at netcraft: http://tinyurl.com/4grzk

You're just fanning the flames. This doesn't say WIndows is the most reliable OS. Anyway, looking at the Datapipe website it looks like all of the bells and whistles didn't help the web developers one bit. These are the least capable ASP pages I have ever seen. Let alone the fact that they don't render properly. But that's expected of a hosting provider... they don't want to outsource talent for their corporate website because of all the smart people who work there (an obviosly feel they have better things to do).


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