From the Hosting Reload Web Hosting Control Panel, you’ll have live access to the resources consumed by your web sites along with the site traffic that is generated by your visitors. The information is visualized in a straightforward graphical user interface, on a daily, per–week and per–month basis. Additionally, you will see more information about our platform such as the physical IP address of the server, the Operating System, the now used versions of PHP and MySQL and much more.
Detailed information for your web server
Inside the Server Info section of the Web Hosting Control Panel, you can get details about the server your Linux website hosting packages account is found on. You can find out which is the OS, the actual IP address and the current Perl/MySQL variations, locate more info regarding the installed Perl modules as well as the incoming and outbound mailing servers, track the server load, and so on.
You can also get information around the PHP release without needing to put together phpinfo files, and so on.
Access & Error Logs
Quickly detect any website performance issues
The Access and Error Logs record info concerning the hosting server, consisting of details of hosting server access in addition to the sorts of errors encountered in the course of web server operation. You can get both kinds of information regarding the general performance of your websites from the Statistics Manager section of the Web Hosting Control Panel.
The access log shows the whole set of text files, image files, movie files, etc. that people have wanted to view on your site, while the error log reports virtually all warnings and faults that the server has stumbled upon ever since the log file was created.
Monitor your site customers in real time
Following the site data of your site is the simplest way to figure out how your online strategy is working. From the Web Hosting Control Panel featured online stats tools – Webalizer and Awstats, you can monitor the quantities of viewers that flock to your site, plus the number of views they generate and pages they visit on a day–to–day, weekly and monthly base.
To analyze the stats info, go to the Web Statistics section of your Web Hosting Control Panel and then open the statistics file for a selected host. You don’t have to configure anything at all on your side. We switch on the stats after your site moves on the Internet and starts attracting visitors.
Keep tabs on your websites’ CPU load
The web server’s CPU is critical for the communication and interaction between the website and its site visitors. The more advanced and resource–consuming your websites are, the more server resources and CPU time will be demanded. From the CPU stats section, you can track which exactly web site is using the largest portion of CPU allocations.
You should undertake procedures to improve your sites in case the CPU utilization quota is exceeded. You can see detailed reports for each day and month as well as for a full calendar year.