The all–inclusive web analytics figures inside your Site Control Panel will allow you to track virtually all actions on your websites. You will get real–time information about the load generated in your web hosting account and the website traffic they have on a per–hour, weekly and monthly basis. You’ll also find more information regarding our servers as a whole like the physical IP address, the Operating System, the versions of PHP and MySQL and many more. Everything is categorized in areas for you to find it.
Look at details about your web server
If you wish to examine what is the current release of PHP or MySQL or the OS of the server where your website hosting account is located, just go to the Server Specifics section of the Site Control Panel. There you can also find information about the mounted Perl modules, the inbound and outgoing mailing servers, along with the physical IP address of the server.
You will find the web hosting server data table in the Stats part of the hosting-people Site Control Panel.
Access & Error Records
Get info on your web sites’ efficiency
Using the data generated in the Access & Error Reports part of the Site Control Panel, you’re able to find just about any possible complications with the performance of your web sites. The access logs will show you all types of files like texts, pictures and movies that have been looked over from your visitors as the error stats will report any kind of warnings and problems that have occurred throughout their stay on your website.
You are able to open the access and error log data for each of your active web sites from the Stats Manager section of your Site Control Panel.
The simplest way to keep track of website visitors’ flow
When you operate a successful web site, it’s imperative that you understand a lot about website visitors – exactly how many unique visits your website gets, exactly how many visitors return to your website, what key words visitors have used to find your website, and so forth. In the Stats Manager part of your Site Control Panel, you’ll notice two traffic stats instruments – Webalizer and Awstats that will help you get all the details you need.
The applications require absolutely no configuration. After your website is on the Internet, they will begin accumulating info without any effort on your part.
Keep tabs on your sites’ CPU load
The host’s CPU is crucial for the communication and interaction between the site and its visitors. The more complex and resource–consuming your websites are, the more web server resources and CPU time will be needed. From the CPU statistics area, it will be easy to check which website is using the largest amount of CPU allocations.
You need to take measures to improve your sites in case the CPU consumption allowance has been reached. You can view detailed reports for each day and month and for an entire year.