The well–rounded web analytics data inside your Control Panel will enable you to monitor virtually all activities on your site. You will get live information regarding the stress produced in your account and the traffic they have on an hourly, per–week and per–month basis. You will also find detailed information regarding our servers as a whole such as the physical IP address, the Operating System, the editions of PHP and MySQL and more. All the information is classified in areas as a way for you to locate it.
Look at specifics about your server
If you want to examine what exactly is the present version of PHP or MySQL or even the Operating System of the server where your web hosting account is found, go to the Server Information area of the Control Panel. There you’ll also find details about the mounted Perl modules, the incoming and outgoing email servers, along with the physical IP address of the server.
You will find the web hosting server information board inside the Statistics section of the DomainSpaceRegistry Control Panel.
Access & Error Reports
Discover how customers interact with your web site
In the Access & Error Logs area of the DomainSpaceRegistry Control Panel, you can trigger and keep tabs on the access and error records for any websites located within your Linux cloud website hosting account. The access log is a list of all the files featured on your website (including text files, image files, movie files, etcetera) that individuals have requested to watch.
The error log can be described as a number of all of the caution and problem notifications linked to your web site. It will help you prevent any kind of eventual problems with the website’s overall performance.
The simplest way to check website visitors’ behaviour
When you run a prosperous web site, it’s crucial that you understand a lot about website visitors – exactly how many unique visits your site receives, exactly how many visitors return to your website, precisely what keywords and phrases visitors have used to come to your website, and so forth. In the Stats Manager part of your Control Panel, you will see two traffic stats instruments – Webalizer and Awstats that can help you discover all the info you need.
The instruments demand absolutely no configuration. After your website is on the web, they’ll begin collecting information with no effort required from you.
Track your sites’ server power load
The hosting server’s CPU is important for the communication between the site and its website visitors. The more complicated and resource–demanding your web sites are, the more hosting server assets and CPU time will be needed. From the CPU statistics section, you can observe which exactly site is consuming the largest portion of CPU allocations.
You should consider measures to improve your sites if the CPU utilization limit is exceeded. You will see detailed stats for each day and month and for a full calendar year.