From the Crenet Hosting Web Site Control Panel, you’ll have live access to the server resources utilized by your web sites and then the site traffic that is produced from your prospects. The information is brought to you in a convenient–to–use graphical interface, on a per–day, weekly and per–month basis. Also, you will find more information about our platform like the physical IP address of the server, the OS, the now utilized versions of PHP and MySQL and much more.
Have a look at information regarding your web server
If you want to check out what is the existing release of PHP or MySQL or the OS on the server where your web hosting account is located, just go to the Server Data area of the Web Site Control Panel. There you can also find details about the mounted Perl modules, the incoming and outgoing mailing servers, in addition to the actual IP address your server.
You will find the hosting server details board inside the Statistics area of the Crenet Hosting Web Site Control Panel.
Access & Error Stats
Easily identify any site effectiveness issues
The Access and Error Listings capture information regarding the server, consisting of details about hosting server access as well as the sorts of errors stumbled upon in the course of web server operation. You can get both forms of information on the performance of your web sites from the Web Statistics Manager part of your Web Site Control Panel.
The access log records every one of the text files, image files, movie files, etc. that others have got inquired to check out on your site, and the error log archives almost all alerts and glitches that the hosting server has stumbled upon ever since the log file was developed.
The easiest way to follow site visitors’ flow
When you operate an effective website, it is important to know a lot about website visitors – exactly how many unique visits your web site gets, exactly how many visitors get back to your web site, exactly what search terms people have used to find your web site, etcetera. In the Web Statistics Manager part of your Web Site Control Panel, you can get two traffic stats instruments – Webalizer and Awstats that will help you find the information that you need.
The applications demand no installation. As soon as your web site is on the web, they will start collecting info without any effort on your side.
Follow your web sites’ CPU load
The web server’s CPU is important for the interaction between your site and its website visitors. The more complex and resource–demanding your web sites are, greater amount of web server assets and server operation time will be necessary for them to run.
In the CPU stats part of the Web Site Control Panel, you’ll be able to monitor the utilization of CPU power accumulated by each of your sites. This can help you take appropriate measures and enhance your web sites if the CPU consumption allocation has been exceeded. You can view all–inclusive CPU statistics for each day and month as well as for a full year.