Full Root-level Access
What does the full root-level access option imply? What privileges will it bestow you with? How to sign in to your server as root?
Having full root-level access signifies that you can access and modify any kind of file on a particular server, including all system files, and to change system settings or set up server-side software that may be necessary for specific scripts and even offline apps to function appropriately. A server is accessed at the root level with a root user, who has full privileges to perform any of the abovementioned things. The root user can also create other users. For safety reasons, you're advised to have a separate account for day-to-day tasks and to use the root account only if you actually need to do a specific task on the hosting server. The root-level access attribute will provide you with full control over your server from almost any location, as long as you know the user credentials.
Full Root-level Access in Dedicated Servers Hosting
If you get one of the Linux dedicated servers hosting packages
which we offer, you'll have full root-level access and you will be able to do anything that you cannot do using a shared website hosting account - to modify the server-side PHP settings, to set up frameworks or media streaming software, etcetera. You can order the server without hosting Control Panel and do everything using a console, unless you set up some third-party tool, or you can order it with cPanel or DirectAdmin and use a web-based graphical interface to control your Internet sites and many system settings. In all 3 cases, you'll have full control over your machine. The huge amount of system resources that you'll get makes our dedicated packages a fantastic choice for any type of content that you wish to have. The servers that are ordered with the Hepsia Control Panel are simpler to maintain, yet the root access to such a server will be restricted.