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[ale] I didn't know starting a small hosting company meant I couldn't leave town
- Subject: [ale] I didn't know starting a small hosting company meant I couldn't leave town
- From: random4444 at gmail.com (Step)
- Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2007 01:07:04 -0400
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
- References: <[email protected]>
That is a bummer, as I am fairly close but will be two hours away Friday
night until Saturday afternoon. I will be here for the rest of the weekend,
though, so you can email me if that ends up helping at all. Hopefully
someone on here is available the whole weekend.
Oh, and I'm not the Linux Guru that it seems everyone else is on this board,
but I'm not a complete dummy either. :)
On 4/18/07, ALE account <ale at advancedopen.com> wrote:
> Fellow enthusiasts,
> I have a small, small, small hosting company near the south end of
> the Dobbins AFB runway off Cobb Pkwy. I am desperate to leave town this
> Friday morning and be back on Sunday, but I have no back up if something
> goes wrong here at the office and I'm unable to resolve it remotely.
> I'm looking to see if someone who lives close would be available to
> help if something goes awry. It would be as difficult as resetting a power
> button if a UPS ran down or something similar and simple. Everything runs
> well, but some of my clients are workaholic, up-time Nazis and I'd rather
> pay someone to be on-call than take the risk.
> If you are trustworthy, in the neighborhood, and interested (and
> willing to get out of bed to answer a Nagios distress signal), please email
> me at this address.
> PS: I apologize if this offends the sensibilities of the group because
> it is business related. Every server I have is a linux box and I just
> didn't know where else to turn.
> Ale mailing list
> Ale at ale.org
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