5.1. General information about dedicated servers
A dedicated server is a type of hosting in which a separate physical machine is provided to the client (as opposed to shared hosting, where one server is shared among many clients). Typically used to run applications that cannot coexist on the same server with other projects or have high resource requirements.
The client gets full access to the server, that is, the password from the root user. This means that the user himself is responsible for setting up, organizing work and maintaining the software on the server.
After the server is transferred to the client, we do not have access to the contents of the server and do not store any passwords. In the event that a client contacts technical support, we cannot give any specific recommendations for solving problems on the server, because we do not know what software and how it is configured on it, what changes were made to it, etc. We provide server administration only forafee and only within regulations.