Through our Online Control Panel, you are able to manage all aspects of your web presence. You will have access to descriptive figures, which will give you actual information about the server resources your sites are consuming as well as the views they are getting. You’ll also find various relevant details about our servers in general. The data is divided into sections, so that you can quickly find your path around.
Look into details about your hosting server
If you want to see what’s the present release of PHP or MySQL as well as the OS of the web server where your web hosting account is located, proceed to the Server Information and facts area of the Online Control Panel. There you will also find information about the installed Perl modules, the incoming and outbound mailing servers, and the actual IP address of the server.
You will find the web hosting server info table inside the Stats part of the In House JM Online Control Panel.
Access & Error Records
Immediately find any web site overall performance problems
The Access and Error Listings document data regarding the web server, including details of server access plus the kinds of errors encountered during server operation. You’ll find both kinds of information on the overall performance of your web sites from the Stats Manager section of your Online Control Panel.
The access log shows each of the text files, image files, video files, etc. that people have inquired to check out in your web site, whilst the error log reports all of the alerts and faults the host has encountered ever since the log file is created.
The simplest way to monitor site visitors’ volumes
When you operate an effective website, it’s vital that you know a lot about website visitors – what amount of unique visits your website gets, how many website visitors come back to your site, what search terms individuals have used to locate your site, and so on. In the Stats Manager section of your Online Control Panel, you can find 2 traffic stats tools – Webalizer and Awstats that will help you discover all the information you may need.
The instruments demand zero configuration. After your website is on the web, they will start collecting info without any effort required from you.
Follow your sites’ operational load
The server’s CPU is really important for the connection between your site and its visitors. The more advanced and resource–intensive your sites are, the more web server resources and CPU time will be needed for them to work.
Within the CPU statistics area of the Online Control Panel, you are able to keep track of the employment of CPU power generated by all of your sites. This will permit you to consider prompt procedures and improve your websites in case the CPU use allowance is exceeded. You will view detailed CPU statistics for every single day and month as well as for a full year.