Using the Web Hosting Control Panel, it will be possible to keep an eye on every aspect of your web presence. You’ll have at hand descriptive figures, which will present you with up–to–the–minute info about the resources your web sites are using along with the visits they’re having. You’ll also find some important information about BudCyber’s platform in general. The data is separated into segments, so that you can quickly find your path around.
More information relating to your web server
In the Server Info area of the Web Hosting Control Panel, you’ll find more information about the web server your Linux hosting account is located on. You can find out which is the OS, the physical IP address along with the existing Perl/MySQL editions, get further information for the running Perl modules as well as the inbound and outbound mail servers, watch the server load, and so on.
You can also get details about the PHP release without needing to setup phpinfo files, etc.
Access & Error Reports
Receive info on your websites’ general performance
With the info presented in the Access & Error Reports part of the Web Hosting Control Panel, you can find virtually any eventual issues with the performance of your websites. The access stats will show you all sorts of data files such as texts, pics and movies that were reviewed from your website visitors while the error records will report virtually any notifications and faults that have occurred throughout their stay on your web site.
You’ll be able to download the access and error log data files for each of your working web sites from the Online Stats Manager section of your Web Hosting Control Panel.
Track your website visitors in real time
Following the web site data of your site is the ultimate way to understand how your online strategy runs. From your Web Hosting Control Panel bundled Internet stats applications – Webalizer and Awstats, you can see the quantities of visitors that flock to your site, along with the number of hits they make and pages they visit on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
To review the statistics data, just go to the Website Statistics part of the Web Hosting Control Panel and open the stats file for a selected domain. There’s no need to configure anything at all on your end. We trigger the statistics once your web site comes online and begins generating visitors.
Keep track of your websites’ server power load
The server’s CPU is vital for the communication and interaction between your site and its website visitors. The more complex and resource–absorbing your websites are, the more host resources and CPU time will be required. From the CPU statistics section, you’ll be able to check which exactly web site is employing the largest portion of CPU allocations.
You should consider measures to optimize your sites if the CPU utilization limit has been exceeded. You will notice elaborate stats for each day and month as well as for a full year.