In case you have a resource-demanding app working on your web server, you can make use of some additional RAM. Learn how you can quickly add more RAM to your server.
Whenever a program is executed on a hosting server, it's loaded into the physical memory. In case you run a resource-demanding script, or if you just add more scripts on your websites and you get loads of visitors, you could encounter a scenario where your VPS has insufficient memory to run all the applications and freezes because of this, which means that your websites will stop operating correctly and that the website visitors shall start seeing error messages. To avoid this kind of a scenario, you may take advantage of the RAM upgrade that we are offering and increase the amount of physical memory at your disposal without changing the entire plan. This way, you may pay only for the system resources which you actually need instead of for additional disk space or higher CPU speeds which you will not really use, for example. With the upgrade, you'll be able to ensure the sleek operation of your sites, which also means a better experience for your website visitors.
Additional RAM in VPS Web Hosting
Additional physical memory may be added to any of the Linux VPS web hosting packages which we offer, including the top-end ones, so your sites will work perfectly all the time. The upgrade can be acquired both on the order page and inside the billing area, so you can add it when you require it: before your web server is ready - in case you know your websites will require additional memory, or after the machine is working - if you notice that the provided memory isn't sufficient for all the Internet sites to work correctly. In the second case, the amount of RAM which you obtain will be added to the existing configuration without any action required on your end and without any Virtual Private Server shutdown or reboot, so there will not be any downtime for your websites. The upgrade is supplied in increments of 128 MB and you'll be able to add as much memory as you'd like, simply because the physical servers offer sufficient system resources to permit the virtual servers to be upgraded drastically.