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    Server reboot can either be requested to your web host provider or can be done using the control panel provided with your server.
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    You can reboot a VPS or dedicated server from your Webhost's Panel or the separate Control panel provided for them a the time of purchase.
    You may also login to your service via SSH & use the reboot command to do the same.
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    If you use windows server and have remote access you can restart from start menu as local desktop system
    for linux if you have root access via ssh and vnc then
    You must login as root to reboot the system. Open the terminal application (or login to remote box using ssh client) and type any one of the following command to reboot the system immediately:
    # /sbin/reboot

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    # /sbin/shutdown -r now

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    Most of the hosting provides will provide an option to reboot the server from their control panels itself. So its better to consult your hosting provider for the options available.
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    Thanks to all for sharing useful information about Server reboot.

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    Our PC WatchdogTM timer products are designed to keep your computers/PC running continuously. Especially those that are unattended or in remote locations such as kiosks, servers, telcom, security, video surveillance, or medical systems. At some point, if you need to keep a computer running 24/7, it will eventually lockup or malfunction due to some of the following reasons:

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    Reboot from Account Center.

    1. Select the primary domain for your server using the Domains menu in the Account Center.
    2. Select Reboot Server from the Server Admin menu.
    3. Click on the Reboot Server button.
    4. Please allow up to 15 minutes for the reboot to complete.

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    Most of the internet hosting service provides will provide an option to restart the web server from their control panels itself. So its better to talk to your host company for the options available.

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    Once connected to your Windows server with Remote Desktop, follow these steps:

    1. Position your mouse in the bottom right corner of the Remote Desktop screen of your Windows server.
    2. Once the menu is visible, click on Settings.
    3. Click on Power.
    4. Click on Restart.

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    Depend on your server there's alot of way to re boot it

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    A soft reboot uses the operating system’s reboot process so that applications are shut down gracefully. A hard reboot halts the instance and then restarts it, similar to turning a computer off and then on.

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