Monitoring and Rebooting
Learn how with the Monitoring & Rebooting feature you will be able to prevent potential downtimes and optimize your server's performance.
In case you are not really tech-savvy or in case you haven't managed a hosting server, you might have some difficulties in certain situations when you must take care of a virtual or a dedicated hosting server. Since each and every standalone hosting server has its own Operating System and various applications and processes going, you shall most likely run into different problems such as a frozen process or one which is loading the hosting server noticeably. With a shared internet hosting account all these things are addressed by the provider, but this is not the case if you use a server of your own, so you must resolve the issues yourself. When you do not have the skills or the time to manage this sort of issues, you might consider the Managed Services upgrade we offer. Amongst other things, it offers 24/7 monitoring of your hosting server and the processes functioning on it, so if anything happens, our staff can resolve the problem and reboot the machine to recover its proper operation.
Monitoring and Rebooting in VPS Web Hosting
In the event that you add the Managed Services upgrade to any one of the VPS web hosting packages
we supply and so long as it is active for your account, our system admins will keep track of your hosting server all of the time. Many automatic checks tracking different system processes shallbe added, consequently in case any issue presents itself, our well-trained staff shall be notified at once and will work on your hosting server until the problem is fixed. If for whatever reason the virtual hosting machine runs out of memory or some process freezes, they shall check what caused the issue and shall then restart the server to restore all system processes and the proper functioning of any internet site or offline program you have on the server. With this service you'll not have to keep an eye on your Virtual private server all the time or pay for expensive third-party services from other businesses that can alert you about a problem, but can't resolve it.