On 2/10/08, Reinoud van Leeuwen <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>
> You will also need to be able to runn processes when you're not logged in,

Here another important point will be CPU usage. With most of the
service providers there is a limit on the percentage of CPU usage for
a unit of time (or some other form of control). Once you cross that
they may either stop your process (a pain) or a even disable your
account to various degrees.
This can become a serious issue if your site attracts large number of
visitors. If your business model can support it, dedicated servers are
the way out.

> and either access to port 80, or support for an apache rewrite rule in the
> config.
Getting a dedicated IP address is also one step in most of the cases.
HTH
Chetan
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