Learn precisely what ‘additional RAM’ indicates pertaining to dedicated servers and Virtual Private Servers and just how you are able to add additional RAM to your server.
The more physical memory your Virtual Private Server has, the more apps you will be able to run at the same time. Some apps require a lot of RAM even when nothing else is running on the web server, even though they may not demand high CPU speeds or plenty of disk space. If your hosting server runs out of memory, it shall stop responding and the sites and the offline programs that you host on it won't perform effectively, as their software components shall not load since there will not be any free memory. In this light, we offer a RAM upgrade for our Virtual private server solutions, thus if you notice that your hosting server is close to the limit, you could take advantage of this upgrade without upgrading the whole package and paying for system resources that you will not use. This way, you'll be able to ensure the proper operation of your scripts and stop stressing that your site visitors shall see errors or will not be able to open your sites at all.
Additional RAM in VPS
The RAM upgrade is supplied in increments of 128 MB with each virtual private servers which we offer, regardless if it's a low-end or a high-end one. In case you know that you will need additional RAM from the beginning, you'll be able to add it on the order page, while in case you need it after your web server is already working, you could add it through the billing Control Panel with no more than a couple of clicks. The additional memory shall be assigned to your present plan automatically, so there will not be any downtime and you'll not have to do anything manually on your end. Due to the fact that we create many VPS accounts on potent physical servers, there will always be plenty of 100 % free RAM that can be allocated to any of the accounts, regardless of what upgrade you or any other client needs. This scalability ensures that your sites can grow without restricting their functionality or the number of users that can browse them concurrently.