Using the Website Control Panel, you are able to oversee all aspects of your web presence. You’ll have access to descriptive figures, which will provide you with actual info about the hosting resources your web sites are utilizing and also the visitors they’re getting. You will also find various significant information regarding the system in general. The information is separated into sections, allowing you to instantly find your way around.
Server Information and Facts
Check the server’s OS, IP address, etc.
From the Online Statistics Manager section of the Website Control Panel, you will get realtime information on the hosting server such as the Operating System that’s used or the physical IP address of your web hosting account. At the same time, you can discover beneficial specifics for your web design projects like the latest editions of PHP, MySQL and Perl, as well as the running Perl modules. Mailing server data such as sendmail path or the inbound and outbound emaill servers is also featured.
The whole set of server facts are displayed in a readable manner for you to locate the details that you require.
Access & Error Reports
Learn how people interact with your web site
In the Access & Error Logs area of the AnyPursuit Website Control Panel, you’re able to start and keep track of the access and error reports for the sites accommodated within your Linux shared hosting account. The access log can be described as listing of all of the files submitted on your website (like text files, photo files, video files, and so forth) that readers have demanded to look at.
The error log is actually a collection of pretty much all warning and malfunction messages regarding your website. It can help you prevent any kind of potential issues with the site’s operation.
Web Traffic Statistics
Monitor your site visitors live
Monitoring the web site figures of your web site is the ideal way to see how your online strategy performs. With the Website Control Panel built–in web stats tools – Webalizer and Awstats, you will monitor the volumes of viewers that flock to your site, plus the number of views they produce and web pages they open up on a day–to–day, weekly and monthly base.
To examine the statistics info, just go to the Website Stats part of the Website Control Panel and open up the stats file for a certain host. You don’t have to set up anything at all on your end. We switch on the stats after your site moves on the web and begins attracting visitors.
Keep track of your web sites’ CPU load
The web server’s CPU is very important for the communication between your website and its visitors. The more sophisticated and resource–consuming your web sites are, the more host assets and CPU time will be necessary. From the CPU stats part, you’ll be able to keep track of which site is consuming the largest portion of CPU allocations.
You need to undertake actions to enhance your web sites in case the CPU usage limit has been reached. You will see elaborate reports for each day and month and for an entire calendar year.