Recommend Hosting Providers - Who do you use?

adam

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Hi all,

One of the questions I get asked more and more is 'which hosting company is best for YetiShare'?

Who does everyone else use? I'd like to get a good list of hosts which support file hosting sites and where they're located.

Thanks,
Adam.

NOTE: Please only post well established web hosts. Anyone posting their own hosting company without first contact us will have their post removed.
 

ysmods

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Jan 29, 2013
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www.ysmods.com
Popular ones seems to be

OVH.com (France/USA/Canada)
Hetzner.de (Germany)
Webfusion aka HostEurope (Germany/UK)
Leaseweb.nl (USA/Germany/Netherlands)
 

robertdcbrown3292

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Dec 3, 2013
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Been using dreamhost.com since early 2000's and won't go back to anything else. I love it.

I have also tried hostgator and godaddy recently. terrible.

(all in us)
 

dfdssfsfd3806

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Apr 4, 2014
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evoluso.com good host does not listen at all dcma no power strip offshore server bandwidth 1GB/S
 

nkchokshi

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YetiShare User
Aug 26, 2013
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I am with Shinehost.net, They are DMCA ignore, have multiple locations, and support is awesome. I am having their France, and Luxembourg servers.
 

ollie

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Apr 25, 2013
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nkchokshi said:
I am with Shinehost.net, They are DMCA ignore, have multiple locations, and support is awesome. I am having their France, and Luxembourg servers.
Mate don't bother they are resellers that charge you more, luxembourg servers are root.lu, france servers are online.net
 

coffee

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paypal3515 said:
http://www.server4you.com
They also ignore DMCA as soon as you answer them.
Check the port speed. They offer extremely low speeds. If you have a couple people trying to use it at the same time, the speed will suffer a lot. They do not allow upgrades to this either.
 

nkchokshi

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Aug 26, 2013
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thefilebay said:
nkchokshi said:
I am with Shinehost.net, They are DMCA ignore, have multiple locations, and support is awesome. I am having their France, and Luxembourg servers.
Mate don't bother they are resellers that charge you more, luxembourg servers are root.lu, france servers are online.net
I have used Root.lu, their another reseller is Evoluso. Now the what i found is, Shinehost and Evoluso both got 1gbps, plans, while Root.lu gives 100mbps once. If you want 1gbps, they charge about 60 eur. And when i compared Shinehost and Evoluso's price, shinehost offered me cheaper price then evoluso. And yes thats 1gbps.

France location i know they are reseller of Online.net, but i choose them because of english support. I saw you are using direct online.net.

I am happy with shinehost, so just shared. never had any issues.
 

parham4229

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Are you looking for some where to host the core of the system or are you looking for file server?

For core you can get a small vps, I recommend wable.com (US location) or server4you VPS

For the file server it would depend on your site, how much bandwidth do you use?
 

dfdssfsfd3806

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a vps ben better not be busy then lol I'm going to root.lu and I took a packet of flow not ask for unlimited and I pay nothing more for 25 TB / month that its hard to reach
 

regioserver

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Oct 18, 2014
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Iam using Hostgator
I would request increase memory to avoid errors, if the support goes bad, i going to move to another!

But iam planning to try Online.net or Dreamhost + Amazon S3

What is your Suggestion?
 

regioserver

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Oct 18, 2014
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What do you think about VPS Dreamhost vs Online.net

Dreamhost
300mb Ram - $15 /Mo
They say that is not limit on Storage and Bandwith, but in their policy is: What’s not allowed in "Unlimited"?
Answer: File upload / sharing / archive / backup / mirroring / distribution sites

Online.net
2gb Ram - 500gb HD - 5.99Eu/Mo, Unmetered Bandwith

What could be your recomendation?