co-location and access to your server

Jack Carrozzo jack at crepinc.com
Wed Jan 12 14:28:53 CST 2011


The answer, as always, is "how much do you want to pay?" There are lots of
cheap places that make it a hassle for you to get in so you use their remote
hands, or just let you in on their terms so they don't have to keep the
place open at night.

-Jack Carrozzo

On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 3:24 PM, Jeroen van Aart <jeroen at mompl.net> wrote:

> Cruzio in Santa Cruz recently opened a little co-location facility. That
> makes two of such facilities in Santa Cruz (the other being got.net),
> which could be a good thing for competition.
>
> Their 1U offer comes with limited access to your server, only from 10AM to
> 6 PM. I find that not acceptable. Why wait until 10 AM when a disk breaks at
> 8 PM? But maybe I am being too picky.
>
> What is considered normal with regards to access to your co-located
> server(s)? Especially when you're just co-locating one or a few servers.
>
> Thanks,
> Jeroen
>
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>
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