Through the Funservers Online Control Panel, you will have live access to the hosting resources utilized by your sites and the traffic that’s generated by your customers. The information is visualized in a user–friendly graphical interface, over a per–day, per–week and per–month base. At the same time, you’ll discover more information concerning our servers such as the actual IP address of the hosting server, the OS, the currently used variations of PHP and MySQL and others.
Details regarding your server
In the Server Specifics part of the Online Control Panel, you’ll find information concerning the web server your web hosting account is situated on. You can check out the OS, the actual IP address along with the present Perl/MySQL versions, locate more information around the mounted Perl modules along with the inbound and outgoing mailing servers, keep track of the server load, and so forth.
You’ll also find detailed information about the PHP release without the need to setup phpinfo files, and so on.
Access & Error Reports
Understand how visitors communicate with your site
In the Access & Error Logs area of the Funservers Online Control Panel, you can start and monitor the access and error records for your web sites managed in your web hosting account. The access log is a list of all the files submitted on your website (such as text files, photo files, movie files, etc) that readers have demanded to watch.
The error log is a set of pretty much all cautionary and error notifications linked to your site. It helps you prevent any potential problems with the website’s operation.
Track your site customers in real time
Checking the web site figures of your website is the easiest way to know how your online marketing strategy works out. From the Online Control Panel built–in online data applications – Webalizer and Awstats, you can view the amounts of viewers that flock to your website, plus the amount of views they generate and pages they load on a day–to–day, weekly and monthly basis.
To analyze the stats details, go to the Web Stats part of your Online Control Panel and then open the statistics file for a certain site. You don’t have to setup absolutely anything on your end. We activate the statistics once your site comes on the Internet and begins making visitors.
Monitor your websites’ CPU load
The hosting server’s CPU is really important for the interaction between the web site and its site visitors. The more sophisticated and resource–absorbing your sites are, the more web server resources and CPU time will be demanded. From the CPU stats section, you can observe which web site is employing the largest portion of CPU resources.
You need to consider actions to improve your web sites in case the CPU consumption quota has been exceeded. You will see elaborate reports for each day and month and for an entire year.