__/ [SmakDaddy] on Thursday 16 February 2006 13:10 \__
> "Roy Schestowitz" <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>> __/ [Allis] on Tuesday 14 February 2006 21:49 \__
>> > I don't call it The Moose is Loose for nothing ;)
>> > Our system auto notifies when the user gets to 80%.
>> > Resellers are in control of their own domains.
>> > Typically, here, if there's no response from users getting close to
>> > in trouble, my Support Team jumps in and usually overrides.
>> I think that's rather severe. Hosts that boast 99.+ uptime should not
>> disconnect in haste. It can be damaging to both the Webmaster and the
> I'm thinking you misunderstood her post Roy ;)
> It's severe that we make sure our clients aren't shut down for bandwidth
I was not referring to that hosting company specifically. Apologies for
replying under the wrong paragraph, which could become deceiving to the
Story worth mentioning: an old host of mine deleted logs from the past few
years without consulting anyone. When requested to retreive them, the logs
had already been gone. Local copies were not up-to-date.
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