You can upgrade your ServerGrove hosting plan at anytime, to another Shared Hosting plan or even from Shared Hosting to a VPS, by following the few simple steps below: Go to our website. Click on Login. Enter your Client Area login details and click on the Login button: You will . . . Read more
If you are trying to upgrade your VPS installation with yum upgrade, try these commands: $ yum clean metadata $ yum clean all After that, run yum upgrade again. If this still does not solve your problem, feel free to submit a support ticket.
You can install or upgrade the package by adding –nogpgcheck to the command, ie. yum upgrade –nogpgcheck You can also add gpgcheck=0 to the repository configuration in /etc/yum.repos.d/servergrove-centos-5.repo or the corresponding file.
ServerGrove provides a Yum repository with the latest PHP versions packages in RPM. This makes dead simple to install and upgrade PHP. Follow these steps to setup the repository in your server and install / upgrade PHP: Setup ServerGrove repository If you have not installed the repository, download the RPM . . . Read more
We DO NOT recommend to upgrade to Ubuntu between major versions (like from 10 to 12). For this, we recommend that your rebuild the VPS with a new OS version using the Control Panel.
Each VPS has a 100mbit port speed allocation. We recommend to purchase multiple VPS to load balance the bandwidth transfer and increase the overall throughput.
To add more RAM you will need to upgrade your plan. You can upgrade in the control panel. To upgrade: 1) login to the control panel 2) select the VPS you wish to upgrade. 3) click on System > upgrade/downgrade
Disk space is sold in increments of 10GB and costs $0.50 ger GB. Open a ticket to request more disk space.
You can upgrade your Mini account to a shared hosting account at any time either through the client area or opening a ticket and request an upgrade. IMPORTANT When your upgrade is completed, the resources on your account will be upgraded, but not the resources for your specific domain. This . . . Read more