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 hosting server might not be a breeze and in some situations it may be very annoying, particularly if you don't have lots of experience and you are not certain what to do in specific scenarios. The hosting server has its own Operating System and processes running on it, which means that you may have to cope with matters which you haven't encountered with a standard shared internet hosting package deal where the company addresses the hosting machine maintenance while you deal with just your web content via a website hosting Cp. In the event that some service stops responding, for example, or some process start overloading the machine, you shall have to take measures to restore the correct functioning of the hosting server. In case you haven't dealt with this type of situations before, you could employ the Monitoring & Rebooting function, that is a part of our optional Managed Services upgrade pack.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Web Hosting
Adding the Managed Services package to your dedicated web hosting service is as simple as clicking a button on the order page or inside your billing Cp and as long as the service is active, our system administrators will keep an eye on all system processes on your hosting server 24/7 in order to ensure that everything is up and running the way it has to. An automated system shall notify them as soon an issue presents itself, so they can troubleshoot it to determine what induced it and will then handle it immediately. Frozen processes, software components that have shut down or programs which employ too much physical memory are just a handful of examples of the things our experienced staff will look for and resolve. A third-party monitoring firm can only tell you that there is some issue with a particular system service, but they will lack the means to do anything about it because they will not be able to access your machine.