The complete online analytics reports within your Control Panel will let you monitor virtually all actions on your web site. You’ll receive actual time information on the stress generated in your hosting account along with the site traffic they have on an hourly, per–week and per–month base. You will also find more information about our servers in general such as the actual IP address, the Operating System, the variations of PHP and MySQL and more. All the information is grouped in areas for you to easily find it.
Look into the server’s OS, IP address, etcetera.
In the Online Statistics Manager part of the Control Panel, you’ll get real–time details about the server including the Operating System that is utilized as well as the physical IP address of your cloud hosting account. Also, you will discover very helpful facts for your own web design plans including the present variations of PHP, MySQL and Perl, plus the running Perl modules. Mailing server details like the sendmail path as well as the inbound and outgoing mailingl servers is also provided.
All the server information and facts are exposed in an easily readable manner so you can easily locate the facts you’ll need.
Access & Error Listing
Find out how people communicate with your website
In the Access & Error Logs section of the UTB Hosting Control Panel, you’ll be able to start and track the access and error stats for the web sites located in your shared hosting service account. The access log can be described as report on all the files submitted on your website (including text files, image files, movie files, etc) that readers have demanded to view.
The error log is actually a set of just about all caution and error notifications related to your website. It will help you keep away from any kind of potential problems with the website’s operation.
Keep track of your site visitors live
Monitoring the web site figures of your website is the easiest way to see how your online strategy runs. Via the Control Panel incorporated web stats applications – Webalizer and Awstats, you can view the quantities of visitors that flock to your site, along with the number of hits they generate and web pages they open on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
To look at the stats info, proceed to the Website Stats part of your Control Panel and open up the statistics file for a selected domain. You do not have to setup absolutely anything on your end. We switch on the stats once your site moves on the web and begins getting visitors.
Monitor your sites’ server power load
The hosting server’s CPU is essential for the connection between the site and its visitors. The more sophisticated and resource–demanding your web sites are, the more server assets and CPU time will be needed. Through the CPU stats section, you are able to keep tabs on which particular website is utilizing the largest percentage of CPU assets.
You must undertake steps to optimize your sites if the CPU consumption allowance has been arrived at. You will notice detailed reports for each day and month or for an entire year.