The detailed web analytics figures in your Web Site Control Panel will aid you to watch pretty much all activities on your website. You will get real–time information on the stress produced in your hosting account as well as the site traffic they have on an hourly, per–week and monthly base. You will also find details about our servers in general including the physical IP address, the OS, the variations of PHP and MySQL and many others. All the details is grouped in sections as a way for you to locate it.
Look into information regarding your hosting server
If you wish to check out what exactly is the existing version of PHP or MySQL or even the OS of the hosting server where your account is situated, simply go to the Server Information and facts area of the Web Site Control Panel. There you will also get information about the running Perl modules, the incoming and outbound mailing servers, and also the physical IP address of the server.
You will find the web hosting server data table inside the Statistics section of the MT Hosting Web Site Control Panel.
Access & Error Stats
Understand how people communicate with your site
In the Access & Error Logs part of the MT Hosting Web Site Control Panel, you’re able to switch on and track the access and error logs for your web sites accommodated within your shared web hosting account. The access log is actually a list of the files uploaded on your website (including text files, picture files, video files, and so forth) that readers have asked to look at.
The error log is a number of all of the cautionary and malfunction alerts relating to your website. It can help you stay away from any potential issues with the site’s performance.
Web Traffic Statistics
Track your web site customers live
Monitoring the web site stats of your web site is the ultimate way to see how your online strategy performs. With the Web Site Control Panel featured online statistics applications – Webalizer and Awstats, you can observe the amounts of viewers that come to your site, along with the quantity of hits they make and webpages they open on a day–to–day, weekly and monthly basis.
To look at the statistics info, go to the Website Statistics section of your Web Site Control Panel and then open up the statistics file for a specific host. There is no need to configure absolutely anything on your side. We switch on the stats after your website goes on the Internet and starts attracting visitors.
Keep track of your sites’ server power load
The web server’s CPU is important for the communication between the website and its website visitors. The more sophisticated and resource–absorbing your websites are, the more web server assets and CPU time will be demanded. From the CPU statistics part, you are able to check which particular web site is utilizing the largest portion of CPU resources.
You should take procedures to optimize your websites in case the CPU usage quota is reached. You can view in–depth stats for each day and month or for a full calendar year.