Learn just what exactly ‘additional RAM’ indicates regarding dedicated servers and Virtual Private Servers and how you are able to add additional RAM to your server.
If you use a Virtual Private Server for online and offline applications, you could come across a case where they do not work adequately as a result of lack of physical memory. This can take place if you try to run an application that requires more RAM than the amount your package deal offers, or in the event that you have too many programs and some of them consume all of the memory, leaving no free RAM for the others. Even in case you get a powerful plan, this can happen if you add more programs on the server in the future, and since it's possible that you will need only more physical memory, but not higher Central processing unit speeds or more disk space, we provide a RAM upgrade which you may use without changing your entire plan. That way, you may pay just for the system resources which you really need and you'll be able to avoid errors on your websites caused by insufficient memory and the inability of the Virtual Private Server to load the applications.
Additional RAM in VPS Web Hosting
More physical memory may be added to any of the Linux VPS web hosting packages that we offer, including the top-end ones, therefore your sites will function perfectly all the time. The upgrade can be obtained both on the order page and within the billing area, so you could add it anytime you require it: before your hosting server is ready - if you know your websites will require additional memory, or after the server is up and running - in case you notice that the provided memory is not sufficient for all the sites to work correctly. In the second scenario, the amount of RAM that you order will be added to the existing configuration with no action required on your end and without Virtual Private Server shutdown or reboot, so there will not be any downtime for your Internet sites. The upgrade is supplied in increments of 128 MB and you will be able to add as much memory as you'd like, since the physical hosting servers provide sufficient resources to enable the virtual servers to be upgraded significantly.