Robert Maas, <seeWebInstead@teh.intarweb.org> wrote:
| > From: email@example.com (Rob Warnock)
| > Any kind of "server" (service daemon) application should *NOT* be
| > run from scratch for each service request, but rather should be
| > run once per system boot, as a persistent daemon...
| Do you know any ISP which allows customers with ordinary personal
| shell accounts (the kind that cost at most $25 per month) the
| priviledge of launching and maintaining their own server-side
| applications as persistent daemons on the shell machine?
especially the entry for the Tech Co-op:
www.tech.coop Services Co-operative
We offer Lisp hosting and other hosting services on a not-for-profit
basis. Prices are determined by server use, and can be as low as
$17.50 CAD monthly for a Lisp package on our virtual hosting platform.
Your choice of lisp implementation, web server, mod_lisp or Pound.
They offer VPS services that start at $15 a month. The VM is set
up within a couple of minutes after the order. I've been running
Hunchentoot on top of SBCL for two days and haven't encountered
any problems. (another vote for Tektonic, been using them for years,
very good XEN setup)
| Assuming your answer is "no":
Don't assume that. (See above.)
Rob Warnock <firstname.lastname@example.org>
627 26th Avenue <URL:http://rpw3.org/>
San Mateo, CA 94403 (650)572-2607