- These instructions are intended specifically for rebooting Cloud VPS servers via Manage.
- If you don’t know how to login to Manage, visit our tutorial: How to Login to Manage.
- Be sure to follow our Proactive Server Maintenance Checklist, Prior to Reboot as well!
Select the Servers to Reboot
Check the box for each server that you’d like to reboot:
Start and Verify the Reboot Process
Click the Reboot button.
Then, verify that each server you’ve selected should be rebooted, then click Next:
Step #3: Scheduling
Because rebooting your server will disrupt the websites hosted on the server, you may want to schedule the reboot to happen when your server is less busy. To schedule the reboot for later, select the date and time from the calendar drop-down. If you would like to reboot immediately, just click Confirm.
Step #4: Notifications
In the Notifications section of Manage, you will find the status of each server that is being rebooted!
Our Support Teams are replete with talented Linux technicians and System administrators who have intimate knowledge of multiple web hosting technologies, especially those discussed in this article.
If you are a Fully Managed VPS server, Cloud Dedicated, VMWare Private Cloud, Private Parent server or a Dedicated server owner and you are uncomfortable with performing any of the steps outlined, we can be reached via phone @800.580.4985, a chat or support ticket to assisting you with this process.