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  • How to know if my VPS is in the "planned maintenance"

    Checking the myhosting.com Status Blog, I saw this:

    Dear Linux VPS Owners:

    Our Operations team will be performing a hardware upgrade on the following Linux servers;rvzlin18-21,23-25,27-29,31. We will be upgrading hardware on the nodes in order to increase performance and stability on the servers.
    My question is. How I know if my Linux VPS is one of those servers? I've been checking on my control panel but haven't found anything.

    Thanks!

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    Server Box

    I've already asked the same question, and was told to contact support.

    Shane.

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    • #3
      Thanks Shane! I've already did it and had the answer I wanted.

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