Droplets Support Articles

You can check the space available on a Droplet’s disk
Allow your Droplet to connect with DigitalOcean’s monitoring so your Droplet can report metrics.
Resizing your Droplet can be just what is needed for a growing project.
Windows cannot be used on a Droplet.
Destroying a Droplet destroys the backups along with it. You’ll want to preserve your backups first.
DigitalOcean has guides to help you migrate your data from your previous provider.
There are a few ways to install an SSL on your Droplet, depending on where you get the certificate from.
Use recovery mode to access Droplets that fail to boot up or have system problems.
File system corruption can cause a Droplet to boot into read only mode.
You can reset your Droplet’s password using the control panel.
High RAM or CPU usage is normally the result of applications or kernel processes on the Droplet, not the physical host.
You can serve multiple Wordpress instances from a single Droplet.
You can point multiple domains at a Droplet and server mutiple websites from it.
DigitalOcean blocks SMTP port 25 for some new accounts to prevent spam and other abuses of our platform.
You can check to see if a Droplet’s migration has completed by checking its history.
You cannot currently download DigitalOcean backups or snapshots, but you can use third-party tools to save your data locally.
You can manually back up a Droplet using DigitalOcean snapshots or backups or, alternatively, using a third-party tool like rsync or SFTP.
You can transfer snapshots of Droplets to other users, who can then recreate the Droplet on their account from the snapshot.
Creating a backup or snapshot takes roughly 2 minutes per GB of used space.