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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: mpwright at speedfactory.net (Mark Wright)
- Date: Thu, 19 Apr 2007 11:38:05 -0400
- In-reply-to: <[email protected]>
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I can help you out. Thats all I do anyway. Wait for something to
break, usually in the middle of the night.
I am on call for Siemens, SITA, the Georgia Dept of Labor and Kelly
Services. I can add you to the list this weekend.
Call me 404-580-3324.
On Apr 18, 2007, at 9:47 PM, ALE account 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.
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