We maintain DRS backups of the underlying file system in the event of a mass failure, but these backups cannot be used for individual restores. If this is desired, our offsite backup solution is recommended.
Kernel-based Virtual Machine (KVM) is a virtualization infrastructure for the Linux kernel that turns it into a hypervisor.
Guaranteed CPU, RAM, bandwidth and no hardware management. These are just some of the advantages that make the HostXNow Cloud Servers stand out.
We give full root (total) access to every Cloud Server client meaning that you are welcome to install or remove any software or file on the system and you will be given full SSH access to the server. Do keep in mind that we are unable to provide support for software not provisioned with the server.
All of our Cloud Servers come packaged with the cPanel/WHM control panel which allows you to instantly reboot your Cloud Server at any time without the need to contact support. Cloud Servers usually restart in under 10 seconds however the restart time can vary depending on what software you are running on your Cloud Server.