The rented virtual server status can also be easily monitored from the client terminal. The server's context menu in Navigator window allows you to:
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To view the virtual server data, click Details in its context menu. The information is presented in several tabs.
The following information is displayed here:
CPU usage graph is displayed here in percentage terms.
Memory usage graph is displayed here.
Hard disk space usage is displayed here.
You can view the virtual terminal's journal to control its operation.
In the newly opened log window, you can set a piece of text the journal entries are to be filtered by and a desired interval. After that, click Request to download the found logs. Here you can also select the journal type:
The virtual terminal's logs are updated during each request and saved to [terminal data folder]\logs\hosting.*.terminal\.
If a user requests too many records, then only part of the first logs for the specified period will be downloaded. This prevents performance degradation resulting from large logs. If you want to download further logs, you don't need to change the request period. Simply select the last line in the log viewer window and press PgDn.
Stopping the server means the temporary shutdown of the virtual terminal. This action is similar to closing the terminal on PC. It is performed by "Stop Server" command in the server context menu of the Navigator window.
To launch the terminal, execute "Start Server" command.
Hosting cancelation means the virtual server is no longer provided and the virtual terminal is completely deleted with all data moved to it during the migration
No refund is made. The rental pay can be returned only within 24 hours after the virtual server has been registered.
To cancel the hosting, execute "Cancel Hosting" command in the server context menu of the Navigator window.