If you have a resource-consuming application working on your server, you may make use of some additional RAM. See how you can promptly add more RAM to your server.
If you use a Virtual Private Server for online and offline apps, you might come across a situation where they do not function effectively as a result of lack of physical memory. This may occur if you try to run an app which requires additional RAM than the amount your plan provides, 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 package, this can happen if you add more programs on the web server later on, and since it is possible that you will require simply more physical memory, but not higher Central processing unit speeds or more disk space, we offer a RAM upgrade which you could use without changing your entire plan. In this way, you'll be able to pay just for the system resources which you really need and you can avoid errors on your websites caused by deficiency of memory and the inability of the Virtual Private Server to load the programs.
Additional RAM in VPS Servers
The RAM upgrade is available in increments of 128 MB with every VPS servers which we offer, no matter if it's a low-end or a high-end one. In case you know that you will need more RAM from the very beginning, you could add it on the order page, while in case you need it after your hosting server is already functioning, you'll be able to add it from your billing CP with simply a couple of mouse clicks. The additional memory will be assigned to your present plan automatically, so there will be no downtime and you will not need to do anything by hand on your end. Since we create a number of VPS accounts on powerful physical hosting servers, there shall always be plenty of absolutely free RAM that may be allocated to any of the accounts, irrespective of what upgrade you or any other customer needs. This scalability suggests that your websites can grow without limiting their performance or the number of users that can browse them at the same time.