Migrate WordPress from Cloudways to Vultr with ServerPilot (In 1 hour)



I am also planning to migrate from SiteGround to Vultr; do Vultr have monthly billing? Thanks :slight_smile:


Best decision. Yes, they have monthly billing system. Amount will be deducted based on credits exiting in your profile.


$10 and $25 sigh-up bonus using your referral link, and I will have total $35 credits, right? :sweat_smile:


Yes, exactly.


Thanks @GulshanKumar, i added 10$ and I got 25$ bonus. with this credits can i run a 512mb server for a year right?


Why?? :confused:



Yes, you can run 512MB RAM server.


I can see “WordPress” under “Application” Section… Is ServerPilot better than this option? :sweat_smile:


ServerPilot offers optimized installation with firewall, that’s why I would recommend choosing ServerPilot.


I guess I can get better performance with Vultr :thinking:


Maybe, I have not tested.



  • Improved formatting with headings
  • Re-arranged steps, moved updating DNS records to the top to avoid the chances of connection refused error after installing SSL.
  • Added some missing steps and information.
  • Fixed some typos


vultr is very nice, unfortunately can not downgrade,only upgrade :disappointed_relieved:


You can only downgrade on Amazon AWS, Google Cloud and Microsoft Azure. These are highly scalable servers, unlike DO and Vultr.



It may take up to few hours. Please keep patience.


You can take backup of your WordPress and restore it to the new server.

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I guess this happened because I added a :luxembourg: Luxembourgish Credit Card


Your Vultr account name and the payee name should be same, else it may require manual review like it happened. No worries, they will release your account. :slight_smile:


How you get that card? :thinking::thinking::thinking: