From the Control Panel, you’ll be able to oversee all aspects of your web presence. You’ll have at hand thorough figures, which will supply you with actual info about the resources your web sites are utilizing and also the views they’re receiving. You will also find numerous important info on the web servers in general. The info is divided into segments, which means you can instantly find your way around.
Have a look at information about your web server
If you need to see what exactly is the present syndication of PHP or MySQL or the OS on the server where your cloud hosting account is situated, just go to the Server Specifics part of the Control Panel. There you’ll also find information about the running Perl modules, the inbound and outbound mailing servers, in addition to the real IP address your web hosting server.
You can find the web hosting server details table inside the Statistics part of the SuperFastHosting.net Control Panel.
Access & Error Listing
Get hold of details about your web sites’ overall performance
Using the details gathered in the Access & Error Stats part of your Control Panel, you’re able to find any possible troubles with the performance of your websites. The access reports will highlight all kinds of data files including texts, images and videos that were reviewed by your website visitors while the error listing will capture any cautions and issues that have happened during their stay on your site.
You can easily get the access and error listing data files for each of your active websites from the Web Stats Manager part of your Control Panel.
The simplest way to keep track of site visitors’ behaviour
When you manage an effective site, it’s imperative that you know a lot about website visitors – exactly how many unique visitors your web site gets, exactly how many site visitors come back to your web site, exactly what search terms visitors use to locate your web site, and so forth. In the Web Stats Manager part of your Control Panel, you will see two web traffic statistics tools – Webalizer and Awstats that will assist you to get all the info you may need.
The applications involve zero setup. Once your website is on the web, they will start gathering info with no effort on your side.
Keep tabs on your sites’ server power load
The hosting server’s CPU is vital for the interaction and communication between your website and its website visitors. The more complicated and resource–absorbing your web sites are, the more host resources and CPU time will be demanded. From the CPU statistics area, you can check which exactly web site is using the majority of CPU allocations.
You should take actions to improve your websites if the CPU use quota is exceeded. You will find elaborate stats for each day and month or for a full calendar year.