From the Informatization Shop Web Control Panel, you’ll have real–time access to the resources used by your websites and then the traffic that’s generated by your visitors. The information is introduced in a convenient–to–use visual user interface, on a per–day, weekly and per–month base. Also, there’s more information about our servers like the physical IP address of the hosting server, the OS, the presently applied editions of PHP and MySQL and others.
Check out specifics about your web server
If you want to check out what is the present syndication of PHP or MySQL or even the OS on the server where your website hosting account is found, simply go to the Server Specifics area of the Web Control Panel. There you’ll also find info about the setup Perl modules, the incoming and outbound mail servers, plus the real IP address of the server.
You’ll find the server info table in the Statistics section of the Informatization Shop Web Control Panel.
Access & Error Logs
Immediately detect any website effectiveness problems
The Access and Error Stats record info about the server, consisting of details of hosting server access as well as the sorts of errors spotted in the course of server functioning. You can get both forms of information regarding the efficiency of your websites in the Stats Manager section of the Web Control Panel.
The access log displays all of the text files, image files, video files, etc. that individuals already have required to look at in your website, and the error log archives almost all alerts and glitches the web server has experienced since the log file was created.
The simplest way to keep track of website visitors’ flow
When you run a successful web site, it is imperative that you know a lot about visitors – exactly how many unique visitors your website attracts, how many website visitors get back to your site, exactly what keywords people have used to locate your website, and so on. In the Stats Manager area of your Web Control Panel, you’ll discover two web traffic statistics tools – Webalizer and Awstats that will help you get all the info that you require.
The tools involve no installation. As soon as your website is on the web, they’ll start accumulating info with no effort on your side.
Track your sites’ CPU load
The hosting server’s CPU is critical for the interaction and communication between your website and its website visitors. The more complex and resource–demanding your websites are, the more web server resources and CPU time will be required. From the CPU stats section, you’ll be able to keep track of which particular web site is employing the largest amount of CPU allocations.
You should take measures to optimize your sites if the CPU utilization quota is arrived at. You will notice in–depth statistics for each day and month and for an entire calendar year.