How to Reboot a VPS

Within this knowledgebase, you’ll learn how to reboot your Virtual Private Server hosted through Streamline Servers

Step 1:
The first thing you’ll want to do, is log into your billing account, and go onto your “My Products & Services” tab (Located here)

Step 2:
Once on that tab, simply select your VPS, and you should see something like the following

Step 3:
On the left, there is a tab labelled “Actions”, this is a simple dropdown box in which you can start, reboot and stop the VPS. However, within this knowledgebase, we’ll be doing it through the VPS Portal. So simply press on the “Enduser Panel” under the Virtualizor column.

Step 4:
Once on this panel, you’ll need to select your VPS. It should look something like so:

Simply press on the little arrow located on the far right

This will take you to your VPS page.

Step 5:
On this page, you’ll be able to start, stop and restart your VPS at the click of a button.
On the far right, there should be a box with icons such as:

These are the buttons that allow you to start, stop and reboot your VPS.

If you have any issues with this knowledgebase or require further assistance, reach out to support and we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

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