[revServer] process timeout issue

Michael Kann mikekann at yahoo.com
Wed Aug 4 08:14:08 CDT 2010


Peter,

I agree with your analysis. I have an on-rev founder account and have learned a lot playing around with it. For me it has given good value. Unlike Chipp, Jeff, Jerry, and others, I am really just using my account for recreation. They have different needs because they have customers down the line who are depending on them.

Going forward, it might make sense to have two checkout lines at the on-rev supermarket. One quick line for people like me who just want to post their vacation pictures and perhaps learn some coding. The second line for the serious business people who need to find out the capabilities of the server before they commit their resources. Those in the second line would be handed a printout of the latest server load test to peruse while they are waiting. If the server doesn't have the horsepower they need they can start looking for a better setup elsewhere -- no hard feelings either way.

Mike




--- On Wed, 8/4/10, Peter W A Wood <peterwawood at gmail.com> wrote:

From: Peter W A Wood <peterwawood at gmail.com>
Subject: Re: [revServer] process timeout issue
To: "How to use Revolution" <use-revolution at lists.runrev.com>
Date: Wednesday, August 4, 2010, 1:56 AM

Hi Chipp

On 4 Aug 2010, at 11:14, Chipp Walters wrote:

> I believe I paid something like 500 bucks for it at the beginning and nothing since, so I
> understand the SLA (or lack thereof) I am receiving.

I also bought a founder account and share your sentiment to a large degree. However, RunRev appears to be its own worst enemy by making public statements such as "Ultra reliable web hosting", "Blistering Performance" and "Server Performance - Blistering". Yes, the founder account is good value at the current service levels but it doesn't live up to its promises. 

Regards

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