Hostalia review1 user review, 0 support responses, 0 testimonials, 4 products, 0 promotions, 5 social accounts, 2457 domains, 9545 hosted, Alexa #44805, listed 2008 (#6328)
About HostaliaHostalia is one of the leading hosting companies Spain. We manage more than 95,000 domains for more than 25,000 customers, we offer impeccable service and exquisite support of more qualified hands.
This allows us to be official Registrar .ES member of RIPE (body that governs the allocation of IP addresses in Europe) and member of Espanix -like major communications operators of the country.
The Internet Data Centers (IDC) Hostalia in Alcobendas (Madrid) and Barcelona have been designed to prioritize maximum safety in operation, achieving a total availability of its facilities in operations, thanks to the redundancy n + 1 of all Critical elements, so we always have backup servers to guarantee the service in case a server suffers a serious failure of unrecoverable hardware.
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Everything about Hostalia seems normal. Until you actually open an account and look at what is really there. I opened a basic Linux VPS Centos account - Experts only (no Plesk with root access). 1 mg ram memory and 25 GB disk.
Okay. First of all there was no Yum installed. How is that possible. My only access is root, and there is no YUM installed. Research showed me if not YUM is installed it is NOT a Centos system. I later find out it is a VZ template. They decided to install YUM. Good.
I install cPanel (I have my own licence). I migrate 4 joomla webs. Resource alert: only 6000 inodes left! I look, and sure enough, this VPS package comes with a whooping 200,000 inodes! I do battle with them. NO GO. They are not going to change my inodes. Impossible they say! If I want to improve my account I need to switch to (LOL at this one) a DEDICATED SERVER!!! WOW. I tried to explain to them that even CENTOS, even VIRTUOZZO recommend a 1:10 ration for inodes (that would have given me [read more...]
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