Server Not booting correctly

When you reboot a server it can take serveral mintues for it to start back up correctly.

It can also take serveral mintues more for the machine to show as "on" in your control panel.

Please refrain from rebooting or power cycling the machine during this time.

Multiple reboots or power cycles over a short time period can result in the server disk being damage and the data irretrievable

It's always good practice to take regular backup snapshots of your server - particularly before resizing disks or resources

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