At CodeProject we spend an awful lot of time playing with room heaters, or as others like to call them, "servers". Over the years we've seen it all, some of it smoking, most of it usually working just nicely until something happens.
What that something is can be hard to find so we've created a quiet place for those battle scarred and frustrated to get a little help.
1. Cloud VPS
Cloud VPS is an online virtual private server provider. You can host your website on their servers and pay monthly for access to the service. Your web space is stored on their own data centers across the globe.
2. Dedicated Server
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Dedicated server is a physical computer that is dedicated to hosting websites. It comes with its own operating system and hardware. It's not shared with any other users.
3. Virtual Private Server (VPS)
Virtual Private Server is a type of cloud computing where you have root access to a server. You can install software applications and configure them however you want. Most companies offer unlimited bandwidth and disk space.
4. Shared Hosting
Shared hosting is when many people share a single server. Each user pays a certain amount each month and gets a specific amount of bandwidth and disk space. Bandwidth refers to how much data you can transfer per second. Disk Space refers to how much storage space you have.
5. Managed Hosting
Managed hosting is when someone else takes care of the maintenance of your server. You only need to worry about installing and configuring your software.
6. Reseller Hosting
Reseller hosting is when you resell services to customers who use those services themselves. For example, if you sell web hosting services, then you would provide web hosting services to customers.
Colocation is when your web server is physically located at a colo center. A colo center is where internet providers store their equipment.
There's a secret error somewhere in your secret code. You need to fix that.
Seriously, how do you expect anyone to help you fix a problem in code we cannot see, running on a server we have no access to, when you haven't even bothered to check the Windows event logs for the details of the error?
"These people looked deep within my soul and assigned me a number based on the order in which I joined." - Homer
I have a windows server with suspended processes. However, even with administrator privileges, I can't kill them. Everybody knows some idea without restart the server?
I used command taskkill but it doesn't work.
That's strange, because you can kill any process you own, even if it's suspended.
I didn't ask if is was a system process. I asked what account the process was running under. Go the Task Manager, Details tab, find the process that's suspended, and look under the "User name" column for the account that owns the process. If it shows your username, you can kill it.