Monitor Server Resources

If you are facing a slow VPS, please monitor your VPS resource usage (CPU% and memory%).

 

Step 1

Run the Task Manager

 

Step 2

Click Performance tab

 

If you notice your VPS resource usage is continuously utilizing resources of 80% and above, your VPS may have reached its limit and stopped. 

 

In the event of exceeded VPS limit, you can reduce resource usage or upgrade to a higher VPS plan

 

To upgrade your VPS plan, please contact our Customer Support.

 

 

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