How do I reboot my server?

If you have SSH access and the server is still responding, you can log in as the root user and execute the reboot command. Otherwise, please follow the steps below to reboot your VPS.

  1. Select your VPS from the Services tab (screenshot)
  2. Click on Reboot (screenshot)

You’re all done.  Your VPS will now reboot. You should allow 3-5 minutes for it to come back online.

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