Using our Site Control Panel, you are able to supervise every aspect of your Internet presence. You will have access to in–depth statistics, which will supply you with actual information on the hosting resources your web sites are using and also the views they’re getting. You will also find some specific info about the system in general. The info is split up into portions, which enables you to quickly find your path around.
Have a look at specifics of your server
If you need to see what’s the present version of PHP or MySQL as well as the OS of the hosting server where your website hosting account is located, just go to the Server Information and facts area of the Site Control Panel. There you will also get information on the setup Perl modules, the inbound and outgoing mail servers, and also the physical IP address your web hosting server.
You’ll find the server info table in the Stats portion of the 1 Web Hosting Site Control Panel.
Access & Error Records
Learn how visitors communicate with your website
Through the Access & Error Logs section of the 1 Web Hosting Site Control Panel, you’ll be able to start and monitor the access and error logs for any sites hosted within your cloud website hosting account. The access log can be described as report on the files submitted on your site (such as text files, picture files, video files, etc) that readers have asked to view.
The error log is actually a selection of all of the warning and error notifications associated with your site. It can help you avoid just about any potential problems with the website’s operation.
The simplest way to monitor site visitors’ behaviour
When you manage a profitable web site, it’s important to know a lot about visitors – what amount of unique visitors your website gets, exactly how many visitors come back to your web site, which search phrases people have used to come across your website, etcetera. Within the Web Stats Manager area of your Site Control Panel, you will see two web traffic stats instruments – Webalizer and Awstats that will help you obtain all the information that you require.
The applications call for zero setup. When your site is on the Internet, they’ll begin collecting details with no effort required from you.
Keep tabs on your web sites’ CPU load
The hosting server’s CPU is important for the communication between the site and its website visitors. The more complicated and resource–utilizing your websites are, the more server resources and CPU time will be demanded. Through the CPU statistics part, you’ll be able to track which particular site is using the largest amount of CPU allocations.
You must consider measures to optimize your sites if the CPU usage allowance is arrived at. You will notice detailed stats for each day and month or for a full calendar year.