From the KnownHost Client Portal, you have control over many core VPS actions. This article will cover all of the controllable actions.
You are able to easily Start, Stop, or Restart your KnownHost VPS from the Client Portal.
Note that it is not recommended to restart the VPS as a troubleshooting measure. Many issues can be made harder to find if the server is rebooted, and some of them can even be worse or cause data loss in combination with a server reboot. If you do have reason to reboot the server, you should do so only once. If the server does not come back after the reboot, please open a Support Ticket. That being said, it would be better to open the ticket before (or, more precisely, instead of) restarting the VPS. It is always important not to do work in the server while a ticket is open that might interfere with the work being done in the ticket, but it is especially important not to reboot the server during the ticket.
If you do have reason to reboot, stop, or start the VPS, you can do so by following these steps:
If the server is already running, the "BOOT" or "Start" option will be disabled. This is also the case when the server is "Stopped", with the "SHUTDOWN" option.
Changing your KnownHost VPS's hostname can be done easily from the Client Portal as shown in these steps.
Remember, the hostname change will not take effect until the VPS is restarted.
Easily update your KnownHost VPS root password by following these steps.