With our Control Panel, you are able to keep an eye on all aspects of your Internet presence. You will have access to descriptive data, which will offer you actual info about the hosting resources your sites are utilizing and also the views they’re getting. You’ll also find some relevant info about the web servers in general. The information is split up into sections, so its possible to instantly find your path around.
Look into specifics about your web server
If you need to check what’s the present release of PHP or MySQL or even the OS of the hosting server where your hosting account is situated, simply go to the Server Information part of your Control Panel. There you can also get information about the set–up Perl modules, the inbound and outgoing mailing servers, plus the actual IP address of the web hosting server.
You’ll find the server details table in the Stats part of the C-EZ1 INC. Control Panel.
Access & Error Stats
Learn how individuals interact with your website
Through the Access & Error Logs area of the C-EZ1 INC. Control Panel, you can trigger and track the access and error stats for any websites hosted inside your cloud hosting account. The access log is a report on all of the files uploaded on your website (like text files, picture files, video files, etc) that people have asked to view.
The error log is actually a set of pretty much all warning and error notifications regarding your site. It helps you prevent just about any eventual issues with the website’s functionality.
Web Traffic Statistics
Check out the traffic to your web site in detail
With the web stats tools incorporated into the C-EZ1 INC. Control Panel, you can keep an eye on the traffic on your site in the finest detail. You may choose between 2 famous stats tool – Webalizer and Awstats, both of which give you detailed information about the viewers to your site and also the content material they request to view on a day–to–day, weekly and monthly basis.
There is no need to setup anything upfront to obtain traffic reports for your sites. Within the Website Traffic Stats section of the Control Panel, just go to the statistics report for any particular domain and get the info that you need for your web marketing campaigns.
Keep tabs on your websites’ server power load
The hosting server’s CPU is essential for the interaction between the site and its visitors. The more complicated and resource–absorbing your sites are, the more server assets and CPU time will be necessary. From the CPU stats area, it will be easy to view which exactly website is using the largest portion of CPU allocations.
You should consider procedures to improve your websites if the CPU utilization allowance has been arrived at. You will find detailed stats for each day and month and for an entire calendar year.