Understand exactly what ‘additional RAM’ implies with respect to dedicated servers and Virtual Private Servers and just how you can add additional RAM to your server.
In case you use a Virtual Private Server for online and offline applications, you could come across a situation where they don't work correctly as a result of insufficient physical memory. This can happen if you try to run an application which requires additional RAM than the amount your plan offers, or in the event that you have too many applications and some of them consume all the memory, leaving no free RAM for the others. Even in case you get a powerful plan, this may happen if you include more applications on the hosting server at some point, and since it's possible that you'll need just more physical memory, but not higher CPU speeds or more disk space, our company offers a RAM upgrade which you'll be able to use without changing your whole plan. Thus, you'll be able to pay only for the resources that you need and you can avoid errors on your websites caused by a lack of memory and the inability of the Virtual Private Server to load the applications.
Additional RAM in VPS Servers
You may take full advantage of the RAM upgrade at any time with any one of our VPS server
solutions. Given that you know ahead of time that you'll need more memory, you may add it during the Virtual Private Server order process with a number of clicks. If you require RAM once your web server is up and running, you will be able to add the desired amount just as easily through the billing CP. Due to the fact that our system is adaptable, you will have the opportunity to acquire memory in increments of 128 MB, so you'll be able to get as much as you need at any given time and you can add RAM as often as needed given the first upgrade isn't sufficient. There'll always be free memory on the physical server where your virtual server is created, as we ensure that the unused resources shall be enough for any VPS account to be upgraded substantially, regardless if the upgraded element is the disk space, the physical memory, and so forth.