The all–inclusive web analytics figures within your Web Control Panel can help you observe all actions on your websites. You’ll receive up–to–the–minute info on the stress produced in your web hosting account and also the site traffic they get on a per–hour, weekly and monthly base. You will also find more information regarding our platform in general like the actual IP address, the Operating System, the editions of PHP and MySQL and many more. Everything is classified in areas as a way for you to easily locate it.
Look into the hosting server’s OS, IP address, and so on.
From the Web Statistics Manager section of the Web Control Panel, you can get up–to–date information on the server like the Operating System that’s utilized or even the physical IP address of your account. Also, you can get valuable specifics for your website development plans such as the current versions of PHP, MySQL and Perl, and the mounted Perl modules. Mailing server details such as sendmail path as well as the inbound and outgoing mailingl servers is also integrated.
All of the server info is offered in an easily readable fashion so that you can locate the information you may need.
Access & Error Stats
Find info on your sites’ general performance
Utilizing the data gathered in the Access & Error Stats part of your Web Control Panel, you can easily uncover virtually any possible complications with the effectiveness of your websites. The access logs will highlight all kinds of files such as texts, pics and movies that were examined by your visitors while the error stats will report just about any alerts and faults that have happened throughout their stay on your site.
You are able to get the access and error log data files for each of your working websites from the Web Statistics Manager section of your Web Control Panel.
Observe your website visitors in real time
Tracking the site statistics of your website is the best way to find out how your online strategy performs. With the Web Control Panel included web statistics applications – Webalizer and Awstats, you can see the amounts of visitors that flock to your website, in addition to the quantity of hits they make and web pages they visit on a day–to–day, weekly and monthly basis.
To review the statistics data, go to the Website Statistics area of the Web Control Panel and open up the statistics file for a selected host. There’s no need to setup absolutely anything on your side. We start the stats after your website goes online and starts getting visits.
Monitor your websites’ server power load
The host’s CPU is very important for the communication and interaction between the website and its site visitors. The more sophisticated and resource–demanding your sites are, the more server assets and CPU time will be necessary. From the CPU statistics section, you are able to observe which particular web site is employing the largest percentage of CPU allocations.
You need to take actions to improve your websites in case the CPU usage allowance is reached. You will find detailed stats for each day and month and for a full calendar year.