I am a little confised - you state that your files have left, the page still loads? Basically visited your website and also the page loaded, the files exist somewhere, since i have doubt I have have you been for your site (and also, since you do not provide a URL, I am likely to assumet his to be).

So far as the access refused - has your host lately gone to live in another provider? Perhaps you have lately asked for any changes for your setup? The very first situation might explain the refused (i.e., the username/password are no more correct on that server, the address is no more that which you have indexed by your FTP prog, etc.). The 2nd situation might explain it in case your host has been doing something to hose your bank accountOrauthorization configurations.

No response out of your host next many emails is really a bigger problem. It might certainly cause me to feel start searching around for any new host.
We are utilizing a hosting service that NEVER responds to emails for support. We are reasonably proficient, and do not request for assistance unless of course there is something clearly wrong around the server finish.

We own several domains, each features its own FTP. Yesterday, I attempted to upload a brand new page, however the only file that's showing under that domain title is "autoname.dat", and I am obtaining a 550/access refused error message after i attempt to upload (using ws_FTP).

The relaxation in our files have left! Meanwhile, the present pages for your site are loading on the internet all right.

Something which might be associated with this issue. Handful of days ago, our buddies pointed out he attempted to visit this website, but stored obtaining a website hosting service rather! Neither people have ever endured this happen.

I have sent ten emails to aid since yesterday, as always, no response.

Do everyone have ideas by what may be happening here? And, if there's anything I'm able to do in order to repair it?

Thanks,
Ivo
Initially published by Annette:
I am a little confised - you state that your files have left, the page still loads? Basically visited your website and also the page loaded, the files exist somewhere, since i have doubt I have have you been for your site (and also, since you do not provide a URL, I am likely to assumet his to be).

LOL, I am pretty unclear about all of this, too -- this is exactly why I am here. :-) The only real file that's turning up around the server with this particular domain title is "autoname.dat". As if you, Personally i think certain my files should be somewhere, when the pages are loading on the internet. But, I've no clue where they may be, or how to start searching. And, no, you've most likely never visited this website, will still be in development and has not been listed w/search engines like google yet.

So far as the access refused - has your host lately gone to live in another provider? Perhaps you have lately asked for any changes for your setup? The very first situation might explain the refused (i.e., the username/password are no more correct on that server, the address is no more that which you have indexed by your FTP prog, etc.). The 2nd situation might explain it in case your host has been doing something to hose your bank accountOrauthorization configurations.

Used to do a trace route on my small host yesterday, and everything remains the same. The FTP is letting me login, so account information are OK. We've not transformed anything within our set-up because the account was established (last summer time). And our other four domains overlap with ever.

No response out of your host next many emails is really a bigger problem. It might certainly cause me to feel start searching around for any new host.
We compensated annually ahead of time, which is up the following month, so we are searching for a brand new host (one more reason why I am here). Aside from non-reaction to support demands, our current host has not been bad -- their uptime record continues to be very good, and everything works properly generally. We figured we'd never obtain a refund, so better the demon we understood, compared to one we did not etc.

Thanks,
Ivo

This will be more obvious than my response above.

Initially published by Annette:
I am a little confised - you state that your files have left, the page still loads? Basically visited your website and also the page loaded, the files exist somewhere, since i have doubt I have have you been for your site (and also, since you do not provide a URL, I am likely to assumet his to be).

So far as the access refused - has your host lately gone to live in another provider? Perhaps you have lately asked for any changes for your setup? The very first situation might explain the refused (i.e., the username/password are no more correct on that server, the address is no more that which you have indexed by your FTP prog, etc.). The 2nd situation might explain it in case your host has been doing something to hose your bank accountOrauthorization configurations.

No response out of your host next many emails is really a bigger problem. It might certainly cause me to feel start searching around for any new host.
LOL, I am pretty unclear about all of this, too -- this is exactly why I am here. :-) The only real file that's turning up around the server with this particular domain title is "autoname.dat". As if you, Personally i think certain my files should be somewhere, when the pages are loading on the internet. But, I've no clue where they may be, or how to start searching. And, no, you've most likely never visited this website, will still be in development and has not been listed w/search engines like google yet.

Used to do a trace route on my small host yesterday, and everything remains the same. The FTP is letting me login, so account information are OK. We've not transformed anything within our set-up because the account was established (last summer time). And our other four domains overlap with ever.

We compensated annually ahead of time, which is up the following month, so we are searching for a brand new host (one more reason why I am here). Aside from non-reaction to support demands, our current host has not been bad -- their uptime record continues to be very good, and everything works properly generally. We figured we'd never obtain a refund, so better the demon we understood, compared to one we did not etc.

Thanks,
Ivo

That's pretty odd, then. Something does appear to possess cocked up somewhere. Regrettably, really only your host could possibly get inside (unless of course you need to go the additional step and phone theupstream, if any) and poke around to determine what the issue is. Not to mention, when they will not answer your email...well...

Sorry not have any better news/suggestions. Perhaps you have attempted a chmod to ascertain if it enables you to totally reset the perms yourself? May not allow you to in case your perms are totally offed, but it is all of the a listing I've at this time. I believe some frozen treats and caffeine have been in order....
Nintendo Wii it's your host ? maybe someone will help you they might of had exactly the same problem on that host.

Initially published by Annette:
That's pretty odd, then. Something does appear to possess cocked up somewhere. Regrettably, really only your host could possibly get inside (unless of course you need to go the additional step and phone theupstream, if any) and poke around to determine what the issue is. Not to mention, when they will not answer your email...well...

Sorry not have any better news/suggestions. Perhaps you have attempted a chmod to ascertain if it enables you to totally reset the perms yourself? May not allow you to in case your perms are totally offed, but it is all of the a listing I've at this time. I believe some frozen treats and caffeine have been in order....
Initially published by Annette:
That's pretty odd, then. Something does appear to possess cocked up somewhere. Regrettably, really only your host could possibly get inside (unless of course you need to go the additional step and phone theupstream, if any) and poke around to determine what the issue is. Not to mention, when they will not answer your email...well...

Sorry not have any better news/suggestions. Perhaps you have attempted a chmod to ascertain if it enables you to totally reset the perms yourself? May not allow you to in case your perms are totally offed, but it is all of the a listing I've at this time. I believe some frozen treats and caffeine have been in order....
Hmmmm, we are unsure exactly what a chmod is, and so i guess we've not checked it. The server did allow me to download the "autoname.dat" file that's showing (made it happen to some floppy and put it). Therefore it is certainly letting me in, simply not permitting me to upload files.

Thanks,
Ivo

Initially published by fthosting:
Nintendo Wii it's your host ? maybe someone will help you they might of had exactly the same problem on that host.


24hrHost
You utilize ws_FTP. When you connect with your FTP space, right click your sites there. Within the appear list, you will see a choice that states chmod (unix). When you purchase that, you will see the present permission configurations for your directory: owner, group, along with other. You will see chmod recommended as "set so-and-to 755". It really works (binarily) such as this:
4 Read
2 Write
1 Execute

So, should you set a directory to 755, this means the owner has RWX (4+2+1), group has RX (4+1), yet others has RX (4+1). Should you, as owner, do not have Write permission, it'll provide you with the same kind of error(s) that you are receiving. Regrettably, on some systems, should you, as owner, set the permissions to ensure that you cannot email a directory, you are locked out until an admin starts over it. It is something to check on - and when it will not allow you to totally reset it (if you do not, actually, have write permissions), you will will have to get the support involved, if you're able to.
Initially published by Annette:
You utilize ws_FTP. When you connect with your FTP space, right click your sites there. Within the appear list, you will see a choice that states chmod (unix). When you purchase that, you will see the present permission configurations for your directory: owner, group, along with other. You will see chmod recommended as "set so-and-to 755". It really works (binarily) such as this:
4 Read
2 Write
1 Execute

So, should you set a directory to 755, this means the owner has RWX (4+2+1), group has RX (4+1), yet others has RX (4+1). Should you, as owner, do not have Write permission, it'll provide you with the same kind of error(s) that you are receiving. Regrettably, on some systems, should you, as owner, set the permissions to ensure that you cannot email a directory, you are locked out until an admin starts over it. It is something to check on - and when it will not allow you to totally reset it (if you do not, actually, have write permissions), you will will have to get the support involved, if you're able to.
Darn. This is an NT host.

This really stinks. Guess I'd better outside, hurry up searching for a brand new host. Who're you using?

Thanks,
Ivo
I am presently using ValueWeb (www.valueweb.com), and can be switching to some devoted server within the next week approximately.
Many thanks, Annette :-) I truly appreciate all of the advice!
Ivo as you can tell by reading through some of the threads here, you've got a selection of public information, that is then susceptible to scrutiny and correction, in order to personal data which isn't. Possibly list your unique future direction/needs and find out exactly what the people suggest?
Initially published by Ivo:
Many thanks, Annette :-) I truly appreciate all of the advice!
Hey, sure. When I am not receiving digs for raging TH, I'm able to usually be pretty useful.

So far as other hosts go: their email list of excellent hosts is certainly shorter compared to listing of bad ones, so I have began monitoring them after i stumble upon them. Listed here are a couple of that individuals have recognized:
Superior Host (http://www.superior-host.com)
Your-Site (http://www.your-site.com)
Dream Host (http://www.dreamhost.com) (observe that they provide adult hosting, too, if you possess some type of moral objection, they are most likely not for you personally.)


Listed here are a couple of to *certainly* avoid, according to reviews both here as well as in newsgroups:
True Hosting
linuxweb
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I'd add Interland.net towards the list To not use. They'd double charged me before after i used them also it required a complaint towards the States Attorney office along with a very long time before I acquired that cash return. It was back around March. of 98, but you will find newer similar complaints at http://recellar.com

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Owner
http://cfoxhost.com
Initially published by Nightflames:
Ivo as you can tell by reading through some of the threads here, you've got a selection of public information, that is then susceptible to scrutiny and correction, in order to personal data which isn't. Possibly list your unique future direction/needs and find out exactly what the people suggest?
Thanks Nightflames -

We are still "discussing" what we are likely to do. Meanwhile, if anybody want to make suggestions, this is what we have got:

Domain #1 Body site at top level, we own .com, .net and .org for that one, get it setup so that all three visit same page, etc. That one will require around 100 Megabytes when completed, because of online magazine archive. We all do this website free of charge for the religious organization.

Domain #2 Body site at top level, .com only. This really is another organization site, goes to my hubby. That one will most likely top-out a maximum of 25 Megabytes.

Domain #3 Body site at top level, .com only. That one is essentially inactive at this time around, only a webpage. Is going to be an e-store at some stage in the following year approximately. Most likely will require 200MB, because of large photo archive (good examples, etc.)

Domain #4 - .com only. That one presently has around 10 small sites onto it, most likely using 75MB approximately.

We have email for the domain names.

Thanks,
Ivo

Initially published by StarfoxZL:
try www.pcisd.com...if your sites aren't high bandwith then they are pretty healthy for you
Thanks StarfoxZL. None in our sites are extremely busy yet, the main one most abundant in traffic has already established about 45,000 hits since November 99.

Something we are having with a few of the services -- because we host the website for the religious organization, they are saying we are technically merchants. We have considered becoming merchants on the limited level, mostly for any couple of in our buddies. But we are unsure if it would be more trouble than it's worth.

Thanks,
Ivo
I am just beginning out like a webhost,Ivo. If you wish to take a risk using a new company take a look at my website at http://cfoxhost.com and then leave me mail. I'll provide you with a bulk rate deal (not free, but reasonable :-)
try www.pcisd.com...if your sites aren't high bandwith then they are pretty healthy for you
Ivo,

You are finding the various definitions of "reseller" and why some hosts are superior to others. To a lot of companies "reseller" means selling their makes up about them for a few dollars business regular cost. They suggest you are able to charge anything you want over their cost. I started hosting in order to save my clients money making it simpler for me personally, to not gouge them. Since I Have fit everything in on their behalf, a few dollars per month does not allow it to be useful. That kind of
merchant deal does not interest me whatsoever.

It may sound like you might want an online server account (unless of course you choose a devoted server). You are renting some space, say 600 megabytes, and may host other domain names for the reason that space. Via a user interface, you are able to handle several administrative functions for the clients, plus they may get access to certain functions they are able to perform on their own. You'll generally pay between absolutely nothing to a couple of dollars per domain monthly, though a smaller amount than their littlest account as you are while using disk space you already purchase.

I began doing that the couple of years back for clients whose sites I produced and acquired a couple of more which i later remodeled. I had been offering lower rates than were generally available. For me personally, it has been worthwhile, as well as for them also. They are fully aware little or free online and that i handle everything on their behalf. Getting all of them on a single server causes it to be simpler for me personally in lots of ways, including having the ability to standardize some things.

I am moving to my very own devoted server in order to do much more on their behalf, including better tech support team. My very own site may benefit together with their own. I have got plenty of plans that require a devoted server and that i required time checking companies out so I'd choose a good company on the more informaed basis. This website, and many people onto it (yet others), happen to be useful for the reason that respect.

A classic carpenter's adage is applicable here metaphorically, "measure two times, cut once." I recommend checking carefully and never being rash, while you appear to do. It's well worth the effort and time. It appears such as the trustworthy companies available really are a definite minority, so we must try to beat the chances of having a lousy one.