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  • kumkum sharma
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    Hi,
    Thanks for this infomation about reboot dedicated server via WHM.
    But when my server load goes to 80+ then this solution won't work for me.

    So i decided to restart server via SSH(command line) that's why i am adding this information here.
    You have to login to your SSH and then run this command to reboot your server.

    Code:
    apachectl restart

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  • Akshay_M
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    The WHM panel provides two options for a server reboot:
    • Forceful Server Reboot
    • Graceful Server Reboot

    The recommended option is Graceful Reboot. This way the reboot will be queued, and when all services are stopped the server will be restarted.

    In a case there is a very high load on the server, the Graceful Reboot might not be sufficient. Then you will need to use the Forceful Server Reboot option.

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  • internetstyles
    started a topic How to reboot your dedicated server via WHM?

    How to reboot your dedicated server via WHM?

    How to reboot your dedicated server via WHM?

    The WHM panel provides two options for a server reboot:

    Forceful Server Reboot
    Graceful Server Reboot

    The recommended option is Graceful Reboot. This way the reboot will be queued, and when all services are stopped the server will be restarted.

    In a case there is a very high load on the server, the Graceful Reboot might not be sufficient. Then you will need to use the Forceful Server Reboot option.
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