From our Web Hosting Control Panel, it will be possible to oversee all aspects of your Internet presence. You’ll have access to descriptive data, which will offer you live information about the resources your websites are using and the visits they are getting. You’ll also find various important information about Universal Host Inc’s platform as a whole. The data is split up into areas, so that you can instantly find your path around.
Look into information about your hosting server
If you want to check what’s the existing syndication of PHP or MySQL or even the Operating System on the web server where your account is found, go to the Server Information area of your Web Hosting Control Panel. There you’ll also get info on the mounted Perl modules, the inbound and outbound mailing servers, and the real IP address of the server.
You can find the server details table in the Statistics portion of the Universal Host Inc Web Hosting Control Panel.
Access & Error Listing
Understand how customers interact with your website
In the Access & Error Logs area of the Universal Host Inc Web Hosting Control Panel, you’re able to start and track the access and error stats for any web sites managed inside your Linux cloud web hosting packages account. The access log is actually a list of the files submitted on your website (like text files, image files, video files, etc) that readers have requested to see.
The error log is actually a range of all of the warning and malfunction messages involving your web site. It will help you avoid just about any potential problems with the site’s operation.
Web Traffic Stats
The easiest way to keep track of visitors’ behaviour
When you manage a prosperous web site, it’s crucial that you understand a lot about website visitors – exactly how many unique visits your site gets, how many website visitors go back to your site, exactly what key words individuals use to come across your site, etc. In the Web Stats Manager section of your Web Hosting Control Panel, you will find two traffic statistics tools – Webalizer and Awstats that will help you get all the details that you need.
The instruments call for actually zero setup. Once your web site is on the web, they’ll start gathering details without any effort on your side.
Track your sites’ CPU load
The host’s CPU is vital for the connection between the website and its website visitors. The more complicated and resource–consuming your web sites are, the more host resources and CPU time will be necessary. Through the CPU stats area, you are able to observe which particular site is consuming the largest amount of CPU allocations.
You need to undertake procedures to optimize your sites in case the CPU consumption limit is arrived at. You will see detailed statistics for each day and month and for a full calendar year.