From the seogex Site Control Panel, you’ll get real–time access to the resources employed by your sites and then the traffic that is generated by your visitors. The details are displayed in a simple–to–use graphical interface, on a daily, weekly and monthly base. Additionally, there is detailed information concerning our servers like the physical IP address of the server, the OS, the now employed versions of PHP and MySQL and others.
Look into information regarding your server
If you need to examine what is the present release of PHP or MySQL or even the Operating System on the web server where your hosting account is situated, go to the Server Information and facts area of the Site Control Panel. There you can also get details about the running Perl modules, the inbound and outgoing email servers, plus the physical IP address your server.
You will find the web hosting server information board in the Statistics part of the seogex Site Control Panel.
Access & Error Logs
Quickly track down any website general performance problems
The Access and Error Listings report data regarding the web server, such as details of hosting server access and the kinds of issues stumbled upon in the course of server functioning. You’ll find both forms of information about the overall performance of your sites in the Online Stats Manager area of the Site Control Panel.
The access log shows each of the text files, image files, video clip files, etc. that people have requested to see in your site, and the error log archives all of the alerts and issues the web server has stumbled upon since the log file was made.
Web Traffic Stats
Observe your website visitors live
Checking the site figures of your website is the best way to discover how your online strategy works. From the Site Control Panel built–in Internet stats applications – Webalizer and Awstats, you can view the volumes of viewers that come to your website, in addition to the amount of hits they produce and web pages they open up on a day–to–day, weekly and monthly basis.
To review the statistics info, proceed to the Website Stats area of the Site Control Panel and load the stats file for a specific domain. There’s no need to setup anything on your end. We trigger the stats after your website goes on the web and starts getting visits.
Keep track of your web sites’ CPU load
The web server’s CPU is essential for the connection between the website and its visitors. The more complex and resource–utilizing your sites are, the more host resources and CPU time will be necessary. From the CPU statistics area, you are able to keep tabs on which particular web site is using the largest portion of CPU assets.
You need to take actions to improve your websites in case the CPU utilization limit is exceeded. You will find elaborate statistics for each day and month or for a full year.