Monitoring and Rebooting
Learn how with the Monitoring & Rebooting feature you can prevent potential downtimes and optimize your server's performance.
In case you are not quite tech-savvy or if you have never managed a hosting machine, you may have some difficulties in specific scenarios when you need to manage a virtual or a dedicated hosting server. Because each standalone hosting machine has its own Operating System and various applications and processes running, you will most probably run into different issues such as a frozen process or one that is loading the hosting server substantially. With a shared hosting account all these things are taken care of by the service provider, but this just isn't the case if you use a server of your own, therefore you need to resolve the issues yourself. If you don't have the abilities or the time to take care of this kind of matters, you could consider the Managed Services upgrade which we offer. Among other things, it includes 24/7 monitoring of your hosting machine and the processes going on it, so if anything happens, our admins can easily resolve the issue and restart the server so as to restore its proper operation.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Servers
Adding the Managed Services package to your dedicated server service is as basic as clicking a button on the order page or inside your billing Cp and so long as the service is active, our system administrators will track all system processes on your machine 24/7 in order to make sure that everything is operating the way it should. An automated system shall inform them as soon an issue shows up, so they can troubleshoot it to discover what caused it and will then handle it very quickly. Frozen processes, software components that have shut down or programs which use far too much physical memory are only a handful of examples of the things our skilled team will look for and deal with. A third-party monitoring firm can only tell you that there is some issue with a certain system service, but they'll lack the means to do anything about it since they won't be able to access your machine.