Double Boost - An exciting hosting offer from TUXG Hosting, in which all the hosting accounts of our current clients get upgraded to two plans higher in the same category, for free.
If UX-BASIC is the current plan, it gets upgraded to UX-DELUXE; and if the current plan is UX-MASTER, it gets upgraded to UX-PRO3 and so on.
We are making this offer available to new clients also from today till Oct 13, 2011 so that they also can get more for less during this offer period. Order your hosting plan and get quality hosting at great price from us.
Sep 20, 2011
To our PRO series of Linux hosting plans, which offer hosting space in GBs, we have added another plan named UX-PRO18. This plan comes with 18000MB of hosting space, 400GB of monthly traffic, 1500 e-mail accounts and 75 databases. Good for medium-sized sites and portals
Jan 10, 2011
As our New Year Hosting Offer, using which you can order any plan at half price using coupon code: 50OFF, is ending on Jan 15, 2011 - make sure you place your order by 15th to avail yourself of this discount pricing. This is one of the best offers we gave in recent times.
Dec 10, 2010
It has been a while since we posted here. Things are going pretty well reg our hosting service. Yesterday, our FreeBSD server got ready and we are currently doing further fine-tuning and customization. We will start offering FreeBSD Hosting from Jan 1st, 2011 onwards.
Today, around noon, we came to know that Exim (mail server software) on our Linux hosting server needs to be upgraded to take care of some security issue. We did that manually by running /scripts/eximup but it wouldn't restart Exim after that! This is on a cPanel server running on Linux. We posted about this problem in the announcement section of our Client Portal and also on twitter as we couldn't e-mail our clients anyway. From 12:32pm till 1:52pm, this problem persisted. At last, we could fix it and then the mail flow is back to normal. Again, we updated all the clients that the problem has been rectified. Mail service hasn't given us much problems so far, so today might be its turn, just for a change :-) Our main monitoring software has mistakely reported that all services were down (and thats because one of their monitoring IPs has been blocked by our firewall, which we later allowed), while actually only SMTP and secure SMTP services were effected during this unscheduled service downtime. Now that this problem has been fixed, we are back to BSD!