From the c2c2rock Website Control Panel, you will get live access to the resources employed by your web sites along with the site traffic that’s produced from your visitors. The details are introduced in a convenient–to–use graphical user interface, on a per–day, per–week and monthly basis. Moreover, you can see detailed information concerning our platform such as the physical IP address of the hosting server, the OS, the presently used versions of PHP and MySQL and many more.
More information regarding your server
In the Server Information area of the Website Control Panel, you can get details in regards to the web server your Linux cloud hosting account is found on. You can find out which is the Operating System, the actual IP address and then the current Perl/MySQL variations, find more details regarding the running Perl modules along with the inbound and outgoing email servers, keep an eye on the hosting server load, and so on.
You can also get information about the PHP release without needing to setup phpinfo files, etcetera.
Access & Error Listing
Learn how visitors communicate with your site
Through the Access & Error Logs section of the c2c2rock Website Control Panel, you’re able to activate and watch the access and error listing for the sites hosted inside your Linux cloud hosting account. The access log is actually a list of all the files featured on your web page (including text files, photo files, movie files, and so on) that people have requested to see.
The error log is actually a selection of pretty much all caution and problem messages associated with your web site. It helps you stay away from any potential issues with the website’s operation.
Follow your site visitors live
Watching the website data of your site is the best way to understand how your web marketing strategy is working. Via the Website Control Panel integrated online reports applications – Webalizer and Awstats, you will observe the quantities of viewers that flock to your site, and also the amount of views they create and pages they visit on a day–to–day, weekly and monthly basis.
To check the stats information, proceed to the Web Stats part of your Website Control Panel and then load the statistics file for a selected site. There’s no need to setup anything at all on your side. We activate the stats right after your site moves on the web and begins getting visitors.
Monitor your websites’ server power load
The server’s CPU is important for the communication between your site and its website visitors. The more complex and resource–consuming your sites are, the more web server resources and CPU time will be demanded. Through the CPU statistics area, you can easily view which particular web site is consuming the majority of CPU resources.
You should take procedures to optimize your web sites in case the CPU usage limit is arrived at. You can view detailed statistics for each day and month or for a full calendar year.