RunCloud is a cloud server management tool that helps you manage your web applications and servers easily, but it does not control the size of your Virtual Private Server (VPS) instance.

If you want to change the size of your VPS instance, such as increasing or decreasing the CPU, memory, disk, or network capacity, you need to do it through your VPS provider’s dashboard, not through the RunCloud dashboard.

RunCloud will still work and monitor your VPS instance after you change its size, as long as you keep the same IP address and operating system.

However, before you change your VPS instance size, you should be careful of the possible risks and consequences.

  • You should always back up your server data before proceeding with any disk resizing, as this may cause data loss or corruption.
  • You should also check with your VPS provider if you can revert back to the original size after you increase it, as some providers may not allow you to downgrade your VPS instance.
  • You should also consider the cost and performance implications of changing your VPS instance size, as this may affect your budget and your web applications.