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Re: [ruby-75] Rails and WebOrb

From: Craig A.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 28, 2007 12:28 PM
Get off the grid and use DV.  Or look at Amazon.
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-----Original Message-----
From: Mike Bukhin <[address removed]>

Date: Wed, 28 Nov[masked]:20:42 
To:[address removed]
Subject: [ruby-75] Rails and WebOrb

Anyone out there using Rails, WebOrb and Flex?  Could you recommend an
ISP?  Or even if you aren't using WebOrb, can you recommend a reliable
rails ISP that scales well?

My current ISP (MediaTemple) gives me space on their 'grid', currently
64 megs of ram and keeps on killing my small weborb calls.  I want to
eventually pass fairly large rails objects via weborb into flex.


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