Finding information about your VPS

When you click on the manage button, you can find out all the information about your VPS. The top section contains useful information about your VPS and the VPS node it's hosted on.
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Below this section, you'll see your VPS server's current bandwidth usage.
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Under the bandwidth usage, you'll find the main controls for your VPS.
  • Reboot: allows you to force a reboot of your VPS.
  • Shutdown: shuts your VPS down.
  • Boot: starts your VPS up.
  • Reinstall: allows you to either install a new OS or re-install your existing OS.
  • VNC: a console to your VPS.
  • Log: shows you the actions taken on your VPS.
  • Power off: forces the VPS to power off.
  • Reconfigure Networking: If you accidentally modify the network settings, this will attempt to fix them.
  • Rescue: Allows you to boot into a rescue kernel environment to attempt to recover data on your VPS
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Under these settings, you'll see several tabs. These will allow you to perform and adjust various settings on your VPS.
The main tabs will be hostname (where you can change your hostname), clock (change your clock settings), Root/Admin Password (reset your root/admin password), VNC password (change the VNC password), and Statistics (shows you traffic and disk activity).
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