Here you can purchase hosting for VPS servers. All servers benefit from ANTI-DDOS protection, unlimited SSD storage, and included support.
All VPS servers have root SSH access and dedicated IP. A variety of Linux operating systems such as Ubuntu, CentOS, and Debian can be installed.
VPS stands for Virtual Private Server and represents a close division of the total resources of a physical server. A server owner has the possibility, at the operating system level, to create other servers called virtual servers, but with behavior similar to a physical server. These virtual servers have the ability to install their own operating system and use clearly defined resources.
VPS packages offer the following features:
A Virtual Private Server or VPS is a type of hosting that provides the owner with the benefits and freedom of having their own server, but without the high costs associated with it.
If you have a website or a gaming server (such as Minecraft, CS:GO, GTA SA:MP, etc.) that is under development or if you simply need more resources than what a shared hosting account can offer, then a VPS is suitable for you.
A VPS package includes:
Hard disk space (the virtual hard disk available for the VPS);
Processor frequency (the level of access to the host server's processor);
Core Processor (the level of access to the host server's processor cores - the number of cores chosen by the client for their VPS, which allows them to perform multiple processes concurrently on the VPS);
Guaranteed RAM (the guaranteed amount of RAM for the VPS);
Internet access speed (the maximum upload/download speed available to the VPS);
Dedicated IPs (the number of IPs that can be used by the VPS).
Of course, you can change the operating system at any time through the reinstallation option in the Virtualizor panel.
Attention! If you change the operating system, you will lose the existing files on the VPS. Make sure to create a backup before proceeding.
When you are starting out and don't have the resources for a dedicated server, you can begin with a VPS.
VPS servers offered by KeKsHost.Com can provide you with the resources you need at the beginning, and when the resources are maximized, you have more users, your website or servers are utilized to the maximum, then you can transition to a dedicated server platform.
VPS stands for Virtual Private Server, which means that a dedicated server is divided into multiple virtual servers.
With a VPS, you have the freedom to install a variety of games, such as Minecraft, Counter-Strike, GTA San Andreas, as well as run redirects and websites.
Accessing VPS servers is done through an SSH client such as Putty or Bitvise SSH. Additionally, you can download/upload files via SFTP using FileZilla or any FTP client.
Yes, you can install multiple servers of games like Minecraft, CS:GO, GTA SA:MP on your VPS, within the available resources. Each server should have a different port.
Yes, you can set up websites on your VPS. For this, you will need to install a web server like Apache2 or Ngnix.
For ease of website management, we recommend installing a control panel like cPanel/DirectAdmin or VestaCP (free).
Yes, you can use the Change Password option in the Virtualizor panel. After changing the password, you will need to restart your VPS.
You can try starting your VPS in rescue mode to recover the data. After activating rescue mode, you need to mount the storage drive.
Use the command "mount /dev/sda1 /mnt" and you will find the files in the "/mnt" folder.
We recommend running the servers under a separate user on the VPS to prevent this.