Through the 1-Shot Web Hosting Site Control Panel, you’ll have realtime access to the hosting resources consumed by your web sites and also the site traffic that is produced by your customers. The information is displayed in a user–friendly graphical interface, over a per–day, weekly and monthly basis. In addition, there’s more information regarding our platform including the physical IP address of the server, the OS, the now employed versions of PHP and MySQL and many others.
Detailed information relating to your server
Inside the Server Information and facts area of the Site Control Panel, you’ll find details regarding the hosting server your Linux web hosting account is found on. You can check out the OS, the actual IP address plus the current Perl/MySQL versions, get more info in regards to the installed Perl modules and the inbound and outbound mail servers, watch the server load, and so forth.
You will also get more information about the PHP edition without needing to setup phpinfo files, etcetera.
Access & Error Stats
Get info on your web sites’ efficiency
Using the information gathered in the Access & Error Records section of the Site Control Panel, you’re able to track down any eventual issues with the effectiveness of your web sites. The access logs will reveal all kinds of files like texts, pictures and videos that were examined from your visitors whilst the error reports will report any notifications and issues that have occurred throughout their stay on your web site.
It’s possible to download the access and error listing data files for each of your operational sites from the Web Stats Manager area of your Site Control Panel.
Web Traffic Stats
Keep track of your website visitors live
Watching the website data of your site is the best way to observe how your web marketing strategy works. By way of the Site Control Panel included Internet reports applications – Webalizer and Awstats, you will observe the amounts of visitors that flock to your site, along with the volume of hits they produce and webpages they load on a daily, weekly and monthly base.
To analyze the stats data, go to the Website Stats section of the Site Control Panel and then open the stats file for a particular website. It is not necessary to configure absolutely anything on your end. We start the statistics after your website comes online and starts attracting visitors.
Keep track of your sites’ server power load
The server’s CPU is really important for the communication and interaction between the web site and its visitors. The more complicated and resource–demanding your web sites are, the more web server assets and CPU time will be needed. Through the CPU statistics section, you’ll be able to keep tabs on which particular site is employing the majority of CPU assets.
You should take steps to improve your web sites in case the CPU utilization limit has been exceeded. You will see in–depth statistics for each day and month or for an entire year.