If you are comfortable using Secure Shell (SSH) to manage your server, you can reboot your VPS this way. 1) Using Putty, or your favorite SSH client, log into the server as root. 2)Type: reboot [enter]and your server will begin rebooting.
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How do I Reboot my VPS?
Click Restart at the top of the page. Your server will immediately restart without additional confirmation. You will also remain logged into VZ as this service runs on top of your VPS. Both Legacy and KVM VPS can request a reboot via the Server Reboot form in the Customer Portal. Click on the link below to jump into the instructions.
Can a VPS be restarted as part of a node?
For VPS administrators, if your hosting provider starts disaster recovery procedures for their cloud infrastructure, your virtual server may be restarted as part of a node. Remember, a VPS or cloud server (cloud VPS) shares a physical server with other customers.
How do I restart a virtual server?
Here, the services can be restarted through the Service Monitor menu located in the Admin Tools section of the Control Panel. Once inside the Service Monitor menu, you will have the option to Start, Stop, Restart and Reload the separate Virtual Server services.
How do I restart a VZ server?
Log in to VZ as root. Be sure to replace (SERVER_IP_HERE) with your server’s IP address. Click Restart at the top of the page. Your server will immediately restart without additional confirmation. You will also remain logged into VZ as this service runs on top of your VPS.