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bezking
11-10-2007 @ 4:12 PM
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I have found GoDaddy to be an exceptionally good CF host. They have CF on Windows and Linux, and 10 MySQL Databases, and ya can't beat the price with a stick...
A few weeks ago my site was throwing JRun Errors, so I called tech support. They fixed the problem in about an hour, and they picked up the phone right away. Definitely reccomended!

Just wanted to throw that out there...

waynobweno
11-10-2007 @ 8:43 PM
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TOTALLY AGREE... on thing I noticed to was the JRUN errors... This usually occurs when you do a file upload... I just switch all my scripts to php when doing a file upload. Have had no other issues and would also recommend them... STAY AWAY FROM XTREME-HOST.COM LIKE THE PLAGUE! THEY ARE THE WORST HOST OUT THERE!!! GODADDY IS REALLY REALLY REALLY GOOD!

atlregina
01-28-2009 @ 9:12 AM
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I tried using CF Hosting with Godaddy and I will never do it again.

I use Data Source Name Variables and GD told me they don't support this.

Also, I had to wait hours to set up a DSN, which was not acceptable to me.

Long story short, I was never able to get the site to work.

They kept telling me I had scripting errors.  I moved the site from another webhost I had been using for years, worked fine on their servers, but not on GDs servers.

I am sorry, but I don't recommend GD for CF webhosting, only for Domain Name Registrations.


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