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You can reboot your VPS from within the OS itself ( sudo reboot or sudo shutdown -r now) Click on your VPS service from the My Services screen or the Dashboard. If your VPS does not come back up,repeat the procedure but this time select Power Off. If your VPS still does not come back up,you may manage your VPS using out-of-band management …

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  • How do I Reboot my VPS server?

  • You can reboot your vps service from your client panel. in this video we will show how you can reboot or turn off or on your VPS Server. If playback doesn’t begin shortly, try restarting your device.

  • How do I restart a virtual server?

  • If you use DirectAdmin Control Panel, you will need to log in with admin username and password and restart the services in the Service Monitor menu located in the Admin Tools section of the Control Panel. When you open the Service Monitor menu, you will see options Start, Stop, Restart, Reload Virtual Server services.

  • What to do if your VPS does not come back up?

  • If your VPS does not come back up, repeat the procedure but this time select Power Off If your VPS still does not come back up, you may manage your VPS using out-of-band management and proceed to fix what is preventing it from coming back up.

  • How to perform service restart?

  • You can perform service restart via the command line by two ways. In both cases you should be logged in with the root, because a usual user does not have privileges to perform such commands. VPS hosting is recommended in many cases thanks to these features.