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 Once you have been told by our staff that your plan has been upgraded (or downgraded) in order to take advantage of your new RAM and CPU resources you need only to reboot your VPS. However, most plan increases come with additional disk space and if you wish to make use of it, there is one additional step. Once you have been told by our staff that your plan has been upgraded (or downgraded) in order to take advantage of your new RAM and CPU resources you need only to reboot your VPS. However, most plan increases come with additional disk space and if you wish to make use of it, there is one additional step.
 =====VPS Upgrade with Disk Space Increase===== =====VPS Upgrade with Disk Space Increase=====
-<note important>​This process can take anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour depending on how recently your disk was scanned and the size of the disk upgrade. Please take note of this when doing the upgrade as **your VPS will be offline during the disk expansion!**</​note>​+<note important>​This process can take anywhere from 10 minutes to an hour depending on how recently your disk was scanned and the size of the disk upgrade. Please take note of this and plan accordingly ​when doing the upgrade as **your VPS will be offline during the disk expansion!**</​note>​
   - Log into the [[https://​manager.provps.com|VPS Manager]] with your credentials.   - Log into the [[https://​manager.provps.com|VPS Manager]] with your credentials.
   - Under //Server Manager//, click **Stop** to shut down your VPS for the upgrade.   - Under //Server Manager//, click **Stop** to shut down your VPS for the upgrade.