Monitoring and Rebooting
Learn how with the Monitoring & Rebooting feature you'll be able to prevent potential downtimes and optimize your server's performance.
Managing your own server might not be super easy and in some situations it may be incredibly aggravating, specially if you do not have a lot of experience and you aren't certain how to proceed in particular scenarios. The hosting machine has its own Operating System and processes running on it, so you may have to deal with issues which you haven't come across with a standard shared web hosting plan where the company addresses the hosting machine maintenance while you handle just your web content via a website hosting Cp. If some service stops responding, for instance, or some process start overloading the machine, you will have to take measures to restore the correct functioning of the hosting server. In the event that you have not dealt with such situations in the past, you could employ the Monitoring & Rebooting function, which is part of our optional Managed Services upgrade package.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Servers
You could use the Managed Services upgrade with any of our dedicated server services
and you'll be able to include it to your plan with a few clicks when you sign up or through the billing Cp. Our system administrators will activate a variety of automated internal checks which will monitor the system processes on your hosting server and will ensure its constant functioning. If any program consumes an excessive amount of memory, uses too much processing time and affects the whole hosting server or has simply stopped responding, our admin crew will be warned straight away and will take measures to restore everything within a few minutes. They can discover the reason behind the problem and restart the hosting machine if this sort of an action is necessary to resolve a certain problem. If you use our administration services, you'll save both money and time as you'll not need to monitor the dedicated hosting server yourself or pay to another firm that can inform you about a problem, but cannot do anything to fix it.