The well–rounded web analytics figures inside your Website Control Panel can help you monitor virtually all actions on your site. You’ll get real–time info about the load generated in your hosting account and the website traffic they get on a per–hour, weekly and monthly base. You will also find information in relation to our platform in general such as the actual IP address, the OS, the versions of PHP and MySQL and many others. All the details is categorized in areas for you to easily locate it.
Server Information and Facts
Look into information about your server
If you wish to examine what’s the existing release of PHP or MySQL or even the OS of the server where your web hosting account is positioned, just go to the Server Information and facts part of the Website Control Panel. There you’ll also find details about the set–up Perl modules, the incoming and outgoing mailing servers, along with the real IP address your hosting server.
You’ll find the web hosting server data table in the Statistics area of the Serdic Website Control Panel.
Access & Error Reports
Quickly uncover any website functionality problems
The Access and Error Stats report information about the web server, consisting of details of server access as well as the sorts of glitches stumbled upon throughout hosting server operation. You will find both forms of info on the functionality of your websites from the Web Stats Manager area of your Website Control Panel.
The access log lists all the text files, image files, video files, etc. that people have got required to look at on your web site, whilst the error log records almost all alerts and glitches that the web server has experienced ever since the log file is created.
Track your site visitors in real time
Monitoring the web site statistics of your site is the ideal way to know how your online marketing strategy performs. From the Website Control Panel bundled online data tools – Webalizer and Awstats, you can observe the amounts of visitors that flock to your site, and also the amount of views they make and pages they open up on a day–to–day, weekly and monthly base.
To check the stats information, go to the Web Stats area of the Website Control Panel and then load the stats file for a specific website. You don’t have to set up absolutely anything on your end. We switch on the stats after your site goes on the web and starts generating visitors.
Track your sites’ CPU load
The web server’s CPU is vital for the interaction between the site and its visitors. The more sophisticated and resource–absorbing your sites are, the more server resources and CPU time will be needed. From the CPU statistics part, you are able to check which exactly site is consuming the largest amount of CPU assets.
You should consider actions to optimize your sites if the CPU utilization quota has been reached. You will notice in–depth statistics for each day and month or for an entire year.