Monitoring and Rebooting
Understand just what the Monitoring & Rebooting feature involves and the reasons you need it.
The administration 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 content or offline programs, you might encounter issues which you have never faced before. All system tasks on a shared hosting server are handled by the hosting provider, but if you have your own hosting server, all of these tasks are something you have to take care of. In case a process freezes for some reason, for instance, or if the overload on the server increases tremendously, you will have to take measures to restore the correct operation of the machine. Doing that could be a challenge if you haven't managed a server before and you don't have much experience, so if that is the case, you could use the Managed Services upgrade that we offer. Along with other admin tasks, you'llfind a Monitoring & Rebooting service within 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
Adding the Managed Services package to your dedicated hosting package
is as simple as clicking a button on the order page or inside your billing Control Panel and as long as the service is active, our system administrators will keep tabs on all system processes on your hosting machine 24/7 in order to make sure that everything is working exactly how it should. An automated system will alert them as soon an issue presents itself, so they can troubleshoot it to determine what created it and will then take care of it in no time. Frozen processes, software features that have shut down or apps which use far too much physical memory are merely a couple of examples of the things our seasoned staff will look for and resolve. A third-party monitoring business can only tell you that there is some problem with a certain system service, but they'll lack the means to do anything about it because they will not be able to access your machine.