What precisely does ?additional RAM? mean? How will you assign extra RAM memory to your virtual or dedicated hosting server?
The more physical memory your VPS has, the more applications 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 hosting server, even though they might not require high Central processing unit speeds or a lot of disk space. If your hosting server runs out of memory, it'll stop responding and the sites and the offline applications you host on it won't function adequately, as their software components will not load since there will not be any free memory. In this light, we offer a RAM upgrade for our Virtual private server plans, thus if you detect that your web server is close to the limit, you may make the most of this upgrade without upgrading the whole package and paying for system resources that you will not use. In this way, you can ensure the proper performance of your scripts and stop worrying that your website visitors will see errors or will not be able to open your Internet sites at all.
Additional RAM in VPS Servers
Additional physical memory could be added to any one of the Linux VPS service we offer, including the top-end ones, so your sites will work correctly all the time. The upgrade can be obtained both on the order page and inside the billing area, so you can add it anytime you require it: before your hosting server is prepared - in case you know that your Internet sites will require additional memory, or after the server is operational - in case you notice that the standard memory is not sufficient for all the Internet sites to work properly. In the second case, the amount of RAM you order will be added to the current configuration without any action required on your end and without any VPS shutdown or reboot, so there will not be any downtime for your websites. The upgrade can be purchased in increments of 128 MB and you will be able to add as much memory as you need, since the physical hosting servers provide enough system resources to allow the virtual servers to be upgraded substantially.