InMotion Hosting’s Cloud Server plans include a helpful “Manage My Cloud Server” page. This is a one-stop page where system administrators can access and utilize tools for maintaining a healthy server. From here you can do things such as restart your server, manage SSH Keys, check bandwidth, review load average, and create or revert a snapshot of your server. Save time by managing your server right in your Account Management Panel, also known as AMP. Follow along to learn about these management tools that are only available to people with Cloud VPS servers. Begin by logging into AMP then clicking the Manage My Cloud Server button.
On the top of the page you will see the Quick Links section. Here you can access some of the commonly used tools for managing a Cloud VPS. Do you have a script that is causing server issues? Stopping and restarting your server may be a quick solution while you fix the script. Need to allow SSH access for a new administrator? This is the type of task you can accomplish with the tools here.
What can you do here?
- Restart Server
- Stop Server
- Account Technical Details
- Server Snapshots
- Manage SSH Keys
The next section is to help you manage your server resources. If you are seeing a high load average or suspect a script is using up your memory, this is a good place to start investigating. Clicking the View More Details link will provide additional information and let you view by day, week, or month. You can also select if you want to view a one-minute load average, fifteen-minute load average, or both.
What can you view here?
- Disk space
- Load Average
This bottom section is dedicated to Server Snapshots. Choose what day and time to schedule snapshots, or just view the existing schedule here. You can also view or create a free snapshot and purchase storage slots for saving more snapshots here.
What can you do here?
- Edit Snapshot Schedule
- Create Snapshot
- Purchase Storage Slot
Learn more from our Cloud Server Hosting Product Guide.
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What does load average values mean? For example, what is a load average of “1”?
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