Tag Archives: VPS

Server FAQs

What exactly is a virtual server? A virtual private server or virtual dedicated server performs like a stand-alone server but is actually found on a partitioned physical server. The isolated server environment doesn’t have its own hardware but uses the allocated hardware from the host. Why do I need a virtual private server (VPS)? A […]

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Shellshock Bash Bug not a Concern for VPS6

When you hear the terms “seamless scalability,” “unrivaled performance” and “guaranteed quality,” it is easy to throw those claims in with every other hosting company. But when new viruses, malware and bugs appear out of nowhere, the best hosting companies will be one step ahead of the malfunction. VPS6.net, for example, through industry-leading Supernodes and […]

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Website Hosting Benefits

Never be restricted by hosting limitations again. Businesses expand rapidly, and when they need a global outreach, they need a company that can give them the fastest possible transfer speeds around the world. Vsp6.net web hosting is centered around the most reliable and secure hosting technologies currently available (including CloudLinux, LiteSpeed, and cPanel). The pledge […]

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How to Connect to Your VPS with SSH

After receiving your VPS login details, the first thing you’ll want to do is log in to the VPS. If you have never used a command line before, you may want to read our Knowledgebase article “How to Connect to Your VPS with sFTP.” An SSH (Secure Shell) client is required to connect to your […]

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Do I need a VPS? (Shared vs. VPS Hosting)

We often hear the question, “do I need a VPS?” Whether you are looking to upgrade from Shared hosting, or find a cost-effective alternative to dedicated server hosting, a VPS will most likely be the perfect fit for your budget and needs. Shared hosting, virtual private servers, and dedicated servers are often compared as three […]

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OpenVZ or Xen VPS – Which is faster, and which is better?

The question is often asked whether OpenVZ or Xen, two of the most common hypervisors in VPS web hosting, provides a faster hosting environment. Hypervisors The most common answer to this question is that “OpenVZ is faster,” even though this is not strictly true. OpenVZ’s virtualization is managed at the operating system (OS) level, compared […]

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How to Install WHM/cPanel on RHEL or CentOS VPS

To install cPanel, run the following commands while logged in to your VPS as the root user: # cd /home # wget -N http://httpupdate.cpanel.net/latest # sh latest Installation usually takes 1-2 hours. Once complete, the WHM Setup Wizard will be accessible at http://xx.xx.xx.xx:2086 (login with the root login for your VPS). Run the following script […]

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Security and Hosting—What You Need to Know

It doesn’t matter if you are a small/local business owner that only has one website, a big corporation with multiple sites, or if you yourself host third party websites (reseller hosting), security is a major concern. All it takes is one action and the entire server can get blacklisted, making it impossible to send and […]

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Web Design & Developers Benefiting from Reseller Hosting

Within the digital marketplace, customer satisfaction is a huge priority. There is a constant struggle to provide the products and services that the online world wants while still being competitive in terms of pricing. Web designers and developers will often have a plethora of clients that, once the initial engineering is completed for their site […]

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Save Money with Reseller Hosting

In the world of web hosting, there are many different options: virtual private server (VPS), dedicated hosting, collocation centre, cloud hosting, shared, clustered, reseller and more. Like many other things, one size does not fit all. Different hosting options align with different uses and specific hardware and equipment needs. There is one hosting option, however, […]

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