The complete web analytics data in your Hosting Control Panel will let you monitor pretty much all activities on your website. You will get live info on the load produced in your account along with the traffic they receive on an hourly, per–week and per–month base. You’ll also find more information with regards to our servers in general like the physical IP address, the Operating System, the versions of PHP and MySQL and more. All the details is grouped in sections as a way for you to find it.
Look into the hosting server’s Operating System, IP address, etcetera.
In the Online Stats Manager area of the Hosting Control Panel, you’ll get up–to–date information about the server including the OS that is used or even the real IP address of your hosting account. Moreover, you will find practical data for your website development assignments including the current versions of PHP, MySQL and Perl, plus the setup Perl modules. Mailing server information like the sendmail path as well as the inbound and outbound mailingl servers is also featured.
All of the hosting server data is offered in a comprehensible way for you to easily find the details you need.
Access & Error Logs
Quickly identify any website overall performance issues
The Access and Error Stats document data regarding the hosting server, including details about hosting server access and the sorts of problems stumbled upon during server performance. You’ll find both kinds of information on the performance of your websites from the Online Stats Manager area of the Hosting Control Panel.
The access log lists each of the text files, image files, movie files, etc. that people have asked for to look at in your web site, whilst the error log records almost all alerts and errors the hosting server has experienced since the log file is created.
Track your website customers in real time
Monitoring the site figures of your web site is the ultimate way to discover how your online strategy performs. Through the Hosting Control Panel included Internet reports tools – Webalizer and Awstats, you will observe the quantities of viewers that come to your website, as well as the quantity of views they produce and web pages they open up on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
To examine the stats data, simply go to the Website Statistics section of the Hosting Control Panel and open up the statistics file for a certain site. There’s no need to configure absolutely anything on your side. We switch on the statistics once your website goes online and begins generating visitors.
Keep track of your sites’ server power load
The hosting server’s CPU is important for the interaction and communication between the site and its site visitors. The more complicated and resource–utilizing your sites are, the more hosting server resources and CPU time will be required. From the CPU stats part, you can easily keep an eye on which website is utilizing the largest percentage of CPU resources.
You should take actions to optimize your web sites in case the CPU consumption limit has been arrived at. You can see elaborate reports for each day and month or for an entire calendar year.