Cloud Hosting/VPS Manager
VPS Manager Tab
- Inside your Cloud Hosting Control Panel, you can start/stop/manage/configure resources for your server from the "VPS Manager" tab.
- Start will start the server
- Stop will gracefully stop the server
- Force Stop will send a kill command and ungracefully stop the server
- Configure Resources allows you to configure the server's CPUs, Memory, and Storage
- Manage enables the user to change their "websites" password, PHP settings, Server Resources, SSL certs, customer created FTP users, managing Databases, uploading SSL certs, and removing the website from their VPS manager
- All Cloud servers come with the user "websites" which is used for FTP, SFTP, and SSH. This user is not jailed.
- All other users that are created are jailed and must connect over SFTP.
- IMPORTANT: SFTP is ALWAYS the preferred connection method
Your Cloud server will have dedicated resources to help maintain your websites and services you will be using your Cloud server for. It is important to be flexible with resources, as they often times they will become saturated, leaving your website crippled without enough resources available.
To see a monthly cost breakdown of what your Cloud Server resources will cost, please see our Monthly Server Pricing at http://xmission.com/cloud_hosting
To change your servers resources, you will need to login to your Cloud Server
- Navigate to the "VPS Manager" tab
- You can configure the servers CPUs, Memory, and Storage using the Configure Resources button.
- NOTE: Adjusting these resources may require server reboot before the new settings take place. There will also be changes to your monthly server cost.
Under the manage option for the desired server, you can edit PHP Settings, FTP users, and Databases.
For more information please see https://wiki.xmission.com/Cloud_Hosting/Manage
Cloud Hosting Control Panel - https://xmission.com/account/
- Your Servers - VPS Manager
- Configure Resources - Your Server Resources
- Manage - Your Cloud Hosting Panel
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- Domain Redirects - How to direct website traffic to another domain
- Nginx Proxy
- PHP Settings - How to add customer PHP settings
- PHPMyAdmin - How to access your Databases
- DNS - Add or Remove DNS
Additional Tasks and Information
- How Secure Web (SSL) Works
- Domain Transfer and Redemption
- Password Protecting a Directory With ".htaccess"
- Uploading Website content
- Two-Factor Authentication
- Logs and Troubleshooting Tips
- Command Line Login
- Creating Scheduled Jobs with Crons
- MySQL Import and Export
- Default Cloud Server PHP Info
- Host Files
- SSH Keys
- Unmanaged Server Security