Monitoring and Rebooting
What exactly does the Monitoring & Rebooting option involve? For what reason would you need to have your server monitored and rebooted?
Managing your own hosting server might not be a breeze and in some cases it may be extremely frustrating, specially if you don't have much experience and you are not sure how to proceed in specific cases. The hosting machine has its own Operating System and processes running on it, consequently you may have to deal with challenges which you have not come across with a standard shared hosting package deal where the provider addresses the hosting machine maintenance while you manage only your web content via a website hosting Control Panel. In the event that some service stops responding, for example, or some process start overloading the server, you will need to take measures to restore the proper operation of the hosting server. If you haven't dealt with this kind of situations in the past, you can employ the Monitoring & Rebooting feature, which is part of our optional Managed Services upgrade pack.
Monitoring and Rebooting in Dedicated Servers
You'll be able to use the Managed Services upgrade with any one of our dedicated server services and you could include it to your plan with several clicks when you subscribe or using your billing Cp. Our system admins will enable a number of automated internal checks that will keep track of the system processes on your machine and will ensure its continuous operation. If any piece of software consumes too much memory, uses a lot of processing time and affects your entire hosting machine or has simply stopped responding, our admin team is going to be notified right away and will take measures to restore everything within a matter of minutes. They can find out the cause of the problem and restart the hosting server if such an action is necessary to resolve a certain problem. If you use our administration services, you'll save time and money as you'll not have to monitor the dedicated hosting server yourself or pay to another company that can notify you about a problem, but cannot do anything to deal with it.