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Hi,
   I would like to know where I can check up my hosting providers' server speed (such as loading speed etc) and their uptime/downtime.
   Thanks.  
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for up and downtime you can look at
www.internetseer.com
For server speed
http://www.bandwidthplace.com/speedtest/


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For uptime, try using http://www.netcraft.com as well.
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Get a paid service that actually gives you the ability to measure the SLA.
I've used www.atwatch.com and www.dotcom-monitor.com , and received good service.

ShalomC
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Thanks all for the great links! They are very helpful! :D
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