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    Restart Server via SSH

    Hi there, I am looking to restart the server via SSH i don't want to restart any services but i want to restart the whole my VPS server. Does someone post some useful ssh commands to restart my hosting server without using VPS web control panel? it would be great since I want to control my server by myself. Please share commands with detailed explanations.

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    It's something pretty hard to reboot a server..
    The command is :

    Code:
    reboot

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    Quote Originally Posted by VirtuBox View Post
    It's something pretty hard to reboot a server..
    The command is :

    Code:
    reboot
    @VirtuBox, This command is correct to restart a VPS/dedicated server.

    For me, I use this command.

    Code:
    shutdown -r now

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    +1 for fwh

    shutdown -r now

    shutdown tells server to shutdown
    -r tells it to restart
    now is when you want it to happen

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    Thanks you guys for share great commands!

    Quote Originally Posted by energizedit View Post
    +1 for fwh

    shutdown -r now

    shutdown tells server to shutdown
    -r tells it to restart
    now is when you want it to happen
    Code:
    shutdown -r now
    -r seems is a parameter and there are also other parameters for this which i can add to the command?

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    tray comand reboot linux os

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    What control panel you installed?

    It's diff for cpanel / Plex or others.

    if no cpanel then tell me what OS

    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by macklong View Post
    What control panel you installed?

    It's diff for cpanel / Plex or others.

    if no cpanel then tell me what OS

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    reboot or shutdown -r are working on any linux OS.
    cPanel or Plesk doesn't make any difference
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    Quote Originally Posted by VirtuBox View Post
    reboot or shutdown -r are working on any linux OS.
    cPanel or Plesk doesn't make any difference
    I am only wondering if I restart the OS mean my hosting control panel is also restarted?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dr. McKay View Post
    I am only wondering if I restart the OS mean my hosting control panel is also restarted?
    Yes, like on your computer
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