From the Global Web Hosting Control Panel, you’ll have actual time access to the hosting resources consumed by your websites as well as the site traffic that’s produced from your prospects. The information is introduced in a simple graphical user interface, over a daily, weekly and monthly base. Additionally, you’ll find more information concerning our system including the physical IP address of the server, the OS, the presently utilized versions of PHP and MySQL and more.
Information about your web server
Inside the Server Information and facts part of the Control Panel, you can find detailed information with regards to the hosting server your shared hosting account is located on. You can check out the Operating System, the physical IP address and also the existing Perl/MySQL versions, discover additional information relating to the mounted Perl modules along with the inbound and outbound mailing servers, keep track of the hosting server load, and so forth.
You’ll also get detailed information about the PHP release without the need to put together phpinfo files, etcetera.
Access & Error Listing
Learn how people communicate with your site
Through the Access & Error Logs area of the Global Web Hosting Control Panel, you can trigger and track the access and error logs for your websites managed in your shared hosting account. The access log can be described as listing of all the files uploaded on your web page (including text files, picture files, video files, and so forth) that people have demanded to view.
The error log can be described as a range of all of the caution and problem messages connected with your website. It helps you keep away from any kind of eventual issues with the website’s overall performance.
View your website customers live
Keeping track of the website stats of your website is the ultimate way to know how your marketing plan performs. From your Control Panel enclosed Internet data tools – Webalizer and Awstats, you can monitor the volumes of visitors that come to your website, and also the amount of hits they create and web pages they visit on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
To analyze the stats info, just go to the Web Statistics part of the Control Panel and then load the statistics file for a particular host. You don’t have to configure absolutely anything on your end. We start the stats once your website moves online and begins making visits.
Keep track of your web sites’ server power load
The web server’s CPU is very important for the communication and interaction between the site and its site visitors. The more advanced and resource–demanding your sites are, the more web server resources and CPU time will be demanded. From the CPU statistics part, you are able to keep tabs on which particular site is consuming the majority of CPU resources.
You need to undertake procedures to optimize your web sites if the CPU utilization limit is reached. You will see detailed stats for each day and month as well as for an entire calendar year.