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When I upload a drupal website on the web, I usually have issues such as:

  • imagecache module failing to create duplicates of my images

  • FUpload (multiple image upload) creating issues and warnings

  • post size limit when I upload videos (PHP memory and post limit)

I want to solve all these issues and find a good hosting service.

ps. This is optional for now, I would like to have a hosting service with servers in Netherlands. Is this affecting the performances ? I mean, is the website going faster, or the location doesn't matter as long as the service is good ?

thanks Patrick

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Any company that supports MySQL and PHP will do. –  Wadih M. Sep 20 '10 at 19:37

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Drupal's own website has a list of drupal hosts. I would think they can't be too bad if Drupal lists them on their website.

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Just about any cPanel hosting service will work - many have a free trial period and you can shop around to get the best rate (which isn't guaranteed if you go with a plain Drupal host).

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The List of the Drupal Hosts is a very good example. It containes all the major hosting companies that offer support for Drupal. You can check some of those such as eApps for example, which offers both cPanel and Plesk control panels.

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The definition of "a good hosting service" depends on your needs. An international company with a business critical web app requires different hosting than your kids' soccer club.

I have a shared hosting plan at Deziweb. Drupal runs fine on it, their prices are good and so is their customer service.

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Try apex-3 hosting

Great service

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your answer reads a lot like an advertisement. If it's not, then you might want to elaborate a lot more. –  Mark Henderson Jan 20 '11 at 2:13

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