From our Control Panel, you are able to watch over all aspects of your web presence. You’ll have at hand comprehensive reports, which will present you with real–time information on the server resources your websites are utilizing and the visitors they are getting. You’ll also find a number of relevant info about our servers as a whole. The data is split up into areas, so you’re able to instantly find your path around.
More information regarding your server
In the Server Info section of the Control Panel, you will discover detailed information regarding the web server your cloud hosting account is situated on. You can check the OS, the physical IP address and the current Perl/MySQL editions, locate further information relating to the running Perl modules along with the incoming and outgoing mailing servers, monitor the server load, and so forth.
You will also get details about the PHP release without having to setup phpinfo files, and so forth.
Access & Error Listing
Quickly uncover any website effectiveness issues
The Access and Error Listings report info regarding the hosting server, including details of web server access as well as the kinds of glitches spotted in the course of hosting server operation. You will find both types of information about the overall performance of your sites in the Web Statistics Manager area of your Control Panel.
The access log shows all of the text files, image files, video clip files, etc. that others already have required to view with your website, while the error log archives all of the alerts and errors the web server has experienced ever since the log file was created.
Follow your website visitors live
Checking the site data of your website is the simplest way to observe how your online strategy runs. From your Control Panel incorporated Internet stats tools – Webalizer and Awstats, you will see the quantities of viewers that flock to your website, as well as the volume of hits they create and pages they visit on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
To check the statistics details, go to the Web Statistics section of the Control Panel and open up the statistics file for a certain website. You do not have to configure anything on your end. We trigger the statistics after your website moves on the Internet and starts getting visits.
Keep tabs on your web sites’ CPU load
The server’s CPU is critical for the connection between the website and its website visitors. The more sophisticated and resource–utilizing your websites are, the more server resources and CPU time will be needed. From the CPU statistics section, you can easily view which exactly website is employing the majority of CPU resources.
You must take steps to improve your web sites in case the CPU use quota is exceeded. You will find detailed reports for each day and month and for a full calendar year.