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Why [Not To] Choose LimeStone Networks March 2, 2009

Posted by ismywebsite in general.
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“The most obvious reason to choose Limestone Networks is our unwavering commitment to not only excellence in the industry, but to enhancing and revolutionizing the very nature of customer service. [We are very fast and efficient when it comes to handling manners of client relations, such as bringing your entire server offline without notice and not providing any backups.] While we have several different departments, they all fall under one category, customer service. [They work well together, employing the latest in strategic planning to lose your hard drive during an upgrade.]

This business model shifts the focus away from being a solely monetarily driven machine, into being a helpful friend who takes care of our clients custom dedicated server hosting needs. [In fact, we have absolutely no interest at all in receiving money from satisfied clients, and would much rather provide a really helpful custom failure to suit your personalized business needs!] We utilize the best hardware, personnel and connection to ensure our clients a simple and solid network because we don’t just want to do it, we want to do it the best.”

So there you have it, all the best in one datacenter. What more could you ask for? Who needs data when you have the satisfaction of talking to the quality individuals who lost it? And, now, who on Earth needs a server? Really? When it all comes down to it, isn’t there just so much freedom in a failed connection? So much time you can spend in other areas of your life? Yes, for sure, LimeStone has your best interests at heart. You should definitely pick them for your next datacenter of choice.

And yes, for those interested, I have confirmed that LimeStone Networks is the datacenter behind this latest failure. I wasn’t surprised… Read back in the blog and you’ll find their name under another failure not so long ago.



1. Cyclone103 - March 3, 2009

Oh wow, that is really lame of them. At least my account is (sorta) letting me into it. Ill send you the error message it shows me now…….

2. Dave - March 3, 2009

Just to let you know that my subdomain : debarko.ismywebsite.com which used to work previously even after all my custom nameserver redirected domains stopped working after the Node 2 Failure has now stopped to work. So now the only way to access my acc is by the link: debarko.ismywebsite.com/~debarko . On giving debarko.ismywebsite.com it gives the Default WHM Apache Page. Also the login is still not working.

3. ismywebsite - March 3, 2009

I imagine they just ran out of servers, and decided they would reuse an existing one for a new client… Much better to kick off an established client than a new one.

4. Cyclone103 - March 3, 2009

Epic fail of a server host.

Can I change nodes please? Ill move my own data since mine is more recent than theirs. Any stable nodes?

5. ismywebsite - March 3, 2009

This node is no longer using Limestone Networks, and Felweb has done their best in the handling of this situation. Just so you know, this node has a previous track-record of very high uptime.

However, if you want Node 3 I can do that for you. Please email me.

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