OT: Dealing with a hosting company with it's head up it's rear end
aryeh.friedman at gmail.com
Sat Aug 15 15:33:55 UTC 2020
On Sat, Aug 15, 2020 at 11:08 AM Jerry <jerry at seibercom.net> wrote:
> On Sat, 15 Aug 2020 10:37:29 -0400, Aryeh Friedman stated:
> >So if you switched OS's, go troll some other list instead of one made
> >up of people who actually care enough about the tools they use to fix
> >the ones that are almost perfect instead of saying my hammer's handle
> >has a little dent in it thus I am going to burn it (making a lot of
> >noise about how evil the hammer is) and use a screwdriver handle to
> >bang a nail in.
> Your insistent whinny is directed at your hosting company, yet you
> continue to post on a forum that pertains primarily to an OS. Your
> supposed problem would be better directed at a forum dedicated to
> resolving you problems, imaginary or not.
I did mark it as off-topic and you came in and did nothing but made a
personal attack on me (and after the thread had otherwise died a natural
death). If you consider it whining (which is defined as anything you
don't want to hear) then you have one very small option in the matter,
ignore the thread! (which was already dead and nearly buried anyways)
Instead you added *ABSOLUTELY* nothing to the discussion except for
personal attacks on me.
> There are literally hundreds of sites that pertain to hosting
> available. You might want to try this one:
Again if you had been bothered to read you would seen the primary questions
(which were answered early in the thread to my level of satisfaction) had
to deal with firewalls, ssh, vpn's and database backups (not a single one
*DIRECTLY* related to hosting per se).
> >Maybe it is because I am planning that I am bringing the issues up
> >before they become actual issues (or I guess you can't be bothered to
> >read the whole thread to see that).
> The issue(s), at least according to you, have already bite you in the
> ass. For the record, I have read all of the thread, including your 18
> and counting posts to that thread, all saying or relating to the same
> supposed issue, your inability to get a hosting company to kiss your
> ass. Poor Aryeh. "Aryeh" good, everyone else bad.
You are reading into things that are not there. I agreed with everyone
who said that *IF* the hosting company *STARTED* to enforce its new policy
on us we were SOL. I never disagreed or complained about such answers. A
good part of the thread was taken up by a side tracked discussion on
general security theory and not my situation per se. Perhaps that is where
you are misreading my comments since I was disagreeing with what some
people considered to be "best practices" (in theory) as being good
practices at all.
Aryeh M. Friedman, Lead Developer, http://www.PetiteCloud.org
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