Learn precisely what ‘additional RAM’ implies regarding dedicated servers and Virtual Private Servers and how it is possible to add additional RAM to your server.
The more physical memory your VPS has, the more applications you'll be able to run at the same time. Some applications require plenty of RAM even when nothing else is running on the web server, even though they might not demand high Central processing unit speeds or a lot of disk space. In case your hosting server runs out of memory, it shall stop responding and the websites and the offline applications that you host on it won't perform effectively, as their software components will not load since there will not be any free memory. In this light, we offer a RAM upgrade for our VPS packages, thus if you discover that your server is close to the limit, you'll be able to take advantage of this upgrade without upgrading the whole package and paying for system resources that you won't use. In this way, you could ensure the proper operation of your scripts and stop worrying that your site visitors will see errors or will not be able to open your websites at all.
Additional RAM in VPS Servers
The RAM upgrade is available in increments of 128 MB with every VPS servers
we offer, regardless if it's a low-end or a high-end one. When you know that you will need more RAM from the very beginning, you can add it on the order page, while in case you need it after your web server is already working, you'll be able to add it from your billing Control Panel with only several clicks. The additional memory will be allocated to your current plan automatically, so there will not be any downtime and you will not have to do anything by hand on your end. As we create several VPS accounts on highly effective physical web servers, there shall always be plenty of totally free RAM that can be allocated to any of the accounts, irrespective of what upgrade you or any other client needs. This scalability means that your Internet sites can grow without limiting their efficiency or the number of users that can browse them at the same time.