Remount it. If /etc/fstab is correct, you can simply mount -n -o remount /. If /etc/fstab is wrong you must give the device name and posibly the type too: e.g. mount -n -o remount -t ext2 /dev/hda2 /. understand how you got into this state, see "EXT2-fs: warning: mounting unchecked file system."
What does Private refer to in Virtual Private Server ?
On a VPS Hosting node each VPS gets its own portion of resources, which are usually guaranteed to be available to that particular VPS. For instance, the host server (node) may have 8GB of ram, and 256...