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  • How do I view the memory usage on a VPS?

  • Memory usage can be viewed in the server information stats. Below is an excerpt of the current memory usage on a VPS 4GB RAM with the free Linux terminal command. The total memory is 4GB for the VPS 4GB RAM plan and so on for the other plans.

  • What does the size of a VPS plan mean?

  • The Size is the total disk space on the server. In this example, this is a VPS 4GB RAM plan because it has 75 gigs of space. If you upgraded to a VPS 6GB RAM, you should see ~105gigs (the actual size will be a few gigs smaller in order to store server required information).

  • What is a VPS 4GB RAM Plan in Linux?

  • The total memory is 4GB for the VPS 4GB RAM plan and so on for the other plans. The used is the total memory currently used by the server. The free memory is what the server has left to use. Below is an excerpt of a VPS 4GB RAM plan with the df -h Linux terminal command. The Size is the total disk space on the server.

  • How do I know what type of server I have?

  • When managing your server with InMotion Hosting, you can utilize the WebHost Manager (WHM) of your VPS or Dedicated hosting server to find what type of server you have. The below steps will explain how to view your server processor Information, system information, current memory usage, and current disk usage.