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PATCH method in the Public API

June 7, 2021

We added a PATCH method to the Public API.

Unlike PUT, which requires a complete representation of a resource, a PATCH request is intended to modify a resource, updating only specific attributes.

The request changes the number of cores or/and the amount of RAM used by one server. Until this moment, you could change the number of CPU cores and the RAM of a server only simultaneously.

The PATCH request returns a task ID so that you can track the process of the server’s changing.

Please visit the Public API docs to learn more about the method.

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