Discover what ‘additional RAM’ means with respect to dedicated servers and Virtual Private Servers and just how you'll be able to add additional RAM to your server.
Whenever an app is executed on a hosting server, it is loaded into the physical memory. In case you run a resource-demanding script, or if you just add more scripts on your sites and you get plenty of visitors, you could encounter a situation where your VPS has not enough memory to run all the apps and freezes because of this, which means your Internet sites shall stop working properly and that the website visitors shall start seeing error messages. To avoid such a scenario, you can take advantage of the RAM upgrade that we're offering and increase the amount of physical memory at your disposal without changing the entire plan. That way, you can pay only for the system resources you actually need rather than for additional disk space or higher CPU speeds that you will not really use, for example. With the upgrade, you'll be able to guarantee the sleek performance of your sites, which also means a better experience for your website visitors.
Additional RAM in VPS Servers
The RAM upgrade is supplied in increments of 128 MB with each VPS servers that we offer, no matter if it's a low-end or a high-end one. When you know that you'll need more RAM from the very beginning, you can add it on the order page, while in the event that you need it after your web server is already functioning, you'll be able to add it through your billing CP with no more than a few mouse clicks. The additional memory shall be assigned to your present plan automatically, so there won't be any downtime and you'll not need to do anything manually on your end. As we create several VPS accounts on highly effective physical hosting servers, there will always be sufficient totally free RAM that could be allocated to any of the accounts, irrespective of what upgrade you or any other customer needs. This scalability means that your websites can expand without restricting their performance or the number of users that can browse them at the same time.