Boot/reboot, turn on/off your VPS

 There are two ways to manage your VPS:

 1st way

 

  • Click "Services" > "My Services"

 

  • You will see your virtual private servers.

 

  • Click on any server from the list to get in administration area.




  • Here you can see "Boot", "Reboot", "Shutdown" buttons. Use them for respective actions.
  • As you can see, there are also an options for changing root password, changing hostname and initiating serial console session.






 

From here you can also access SolusVM CP


 

2nd way

  • Login to SolusVM CP as shown above or using the link below:
    https://control.vpsget.com:5656/login.php
    Use the credentials you've got in ''Your Virtual Private Server details" email. If you can't find your credentials create a support ticket to resolve it.

 

  • You will see your virtual private servers. Press "Manage" button at the right of the server you'd like to manage.

  • Select "General" tab in a lower side. Here you can see "Reboot", "Shutdown", "Boot" and "Reinstall" buttons. Use them for respective actions.

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