[erlang-questions] Erlang on VPS

Alex Arnon alex.arnon@REDACTED
Thu Aug 2 21:09:49 CEST 2007

I'm using GridZones' VPS (www.gridzones.com). Mind you, it's been a light
kind of usage, a bit of Yaws and local testing.
$10 a month is hard to beat, whatever the CPU slice :)
Oh, and regarding CPU time - their systems seem to be lightly loaded, so I
usually got full CPU power in the times I ran heavy tasks (e.g. recompiling
the OTP distribution).

On 8/2/07, Ludovic Coquelle <lcoquelle@REDACTED> wrote:
> Anyone has experiences to share about using Erlang in VPS?
> In the following blogpost Roberto wrote about some problems with Erlang
> running in Xen; Yariv said he had no problem with Virtuozzo. Any comment?
> experience?
> http://yarivsblog.com/articles/2006/08/17/options-for-erlang-webapp-hosting/
> Also, another question a bit off-topic of erlang-question, but that could
> interest many Erlang users:
> I'm interested in a cheap VPS hosting, to try out some of the great Erlang
> applications in the real world (I mean internet :) ). Those 2 hosting
> providers have been listed by Erlang users:
> http://www.jaguarpc.com
> http://tektonic.net
> Again, same question: any comment, any other good experience with those or
> other providers?
> Thanks
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