Reboot Linux Server Using SSH

This article provides a guide for Rebooting a Linux-based VPS or Dedicated Server Using the SSH Command Line.

To begin, first login to your Virtual or Dedicated Server via SSH. To see a guide for this, view this article.

As the root user, run the following command:

# /sbin/reboot

The connection will be lost, because the system is now rebooting.

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