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Manage My Hosting


Manage My Hosting

About Us


Originally established in 1998 as a support service to Lycos Europe, M8 INTERNET commenced trading on Monday 06 January 2003

The company changed its name to Manage My Hosting in May 2012
The company provides basic, cheap, and reliable website hosting
Using only the highest quality servers based in the United Kingdom


Current Facilities

The data centre offers a secure, resilient environment for our web hosting platform
Based in a secure facility the data centre is built to an N+1 specification, so that if any particular service fails - e.g. electricity or air conditioning - another backup service automatically takes over the failed service's job


Dual power feeds enter the building at different points and Uninterruptible Power Supplies (UPS) ensure that all power to the server area is clean and spike free
In the event of a power outage the UPS can take the entire data centre load for up to fifteen minutes
However within 20 seconds redundant generators are able to indefinitely take on the entire data centre load


The data centre is manned 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, so that if anything goes wrong engineers can respond quickly and effectively to the problem
Access to the data centre is via a master access list using Smart Card authentication
Access to the data centre is by authorisation only
CCTV operates throughout the facility

Cooling & Fire Suppression

The temperature of the data centre is kept at a steady 21oC to allow optimum equipment performance
Our fire detection system monitors the room for any sign of fire and allows operators to respond to such a situation using a variety of fire suppression techniques



Supermicro Servers

We use Supermicro servers in our website hosting platform
Utilising state-of-the-art technology we have built a web hosting platform that is second to none
Our platform is designed in such a way that if any server fails another server automatically and without delay takes over that server's workload
For example, if one of our mail servers breaks down another server automatically comes online, with all the correct configuration, and takes over the work of the failed server
During this period no email is lost
As well as this, all data is stored in two large network disk arrays
Data is automatically synchronised between the arrays so that in the event of an array failing the remaining array continues to serve data to the servers with no downtime

Server Specification

Our current server specification is :
Intel® Xeon E5-2697 2.70Ghz Processor Dual core

1 GB RAM  




MySQL is a true multi-user, multi-threaded SQL (Structured Query Language) database server
SQL is the most popular database language in the world. MySQL is a client/server implementation that consists of a server daemon (mysqld) and many different client programs and libraries
MySQL v5.6.43

PhpMyAdmin v4.9.0.1


Perl, PHP 5, and ImageMagick

Full support including the most commonly used modules for Perl and PHP
PHP v7.3.6



Through use of the above facilities, technology, infrastructure, network, and software we provide one of the most stable and reliable website hosting platforms you will find



We aim for 99.90% uptime, however we do need to take the servers offline for maintenance, replacement, or upgrade occasionally
This is always scheduled for overnight, in the UK, and with as little disruption as possible

Details of planned maintenance are at the System Status page

We currently provide two uptime performance indicators
Please note that these are external indicators and we do not guarantee their reliability or accuracy

For details of our uptime performance from 19 December 2007 onwards :
Please note there were changes of server during December 2010 and March 2012 when viewing the monthly statistics

M8 INTERNET Uptime : from 19 December 2007
Checked by
M8 INTERNET Guarantee
Hosting code of Ethics

For details of our uptime performance from 29 September 2006 to 28 February 2008 :
Please note we no longer use this server

M8 INTERNET Uptime : from 29 September 2006

Uptime performance on Server UK01 since 01 September 2013 :