Monitoring and Rebooting
Discover how with the Monitoring & Rebooting feature you will be able to prevent potential downtimes and optimize your server's performance.
The managing of a virtual or a dedicated hosting machine is different than that of a standard shared hosting account, therefore if you need a server of your own for site content or offline applications, you may run into problems that you haven't faced before. All system tasks on a shared hosting machine are addressed by the host company, but if you have your own hosting machine, all these tasks are something you need to cope with. If a process freezes for whatever reason, for instance, or if the overload on the hosting machine increases tremendously, you'll need to take measures to restore the correct functioning of the machine. Doing that might be a challenge if you have not managed a hosting server before and you do not have lots of experience, so if this is the case, you could use the Managed Services upgrade we offer. Along with other admin tasks, you shallfind a Monitoring & Rebooting service inside the package, so our admins can keep an eye on your server 24/7 and restart it if required.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Hosting
It shall take you several clicks to add the Managed Services bundle to the dedicated hosting
plan that you have chosen and our experienced team of admins will start monitoring the server closely to make certain that it is up and running correctly all the time. A number of automated checks will also be added, so they shall be aware of any problem the second it appears. High Processor load, an app using a lot of memory or a system process that has stopped responding are only a few examples of the problems that we can keep an eye for and fix once the cause for their appearance is determined. If necessary, the dedicated hosting machine shall also be restarted, so you'll not need to do anything whatsoever on your end. With this service you won't have to pay to third-party monitoring businesses which are only able to inform you if anything goes wrong but don't have the access to deal with a problem.