From the My Hunt Host Web Control Panel, you will get live access to the server resources used by your websites as well as the site traffic that’s produced by your customers. The details are displayed in an easy–to–use graphical interface, over a per–day, per–week and monthly basis. Also, there is information in relation to our servers such as the physical IP address of the server, the OS, the now used variations of PHP and MySQL and many others.
Have a look at details about your web server
If you wish to check what exactly is the current release of PHP or MySQL as well as the Operating System of the hosting server where your website hosting account is situated, just go to the Server Info part of the Web Control Panel. There you can also find details about the mounted Perl modules, the incoming and outbound mailing servers, and also the actual IP address your hosting server.
You can find the hosting server info board inside the Statistics part of the My Hunt Host Web Control Panel.
Access & Error Listing
Find out how customers communicate with your web site
Through the Access & Error Logs area of the My Hunt Host Web Control Panel, you are able to trigger and observe the access and error reports for your websites accommodated within your shared hosting account. The access log is a listing of all of the files submitted on your website (like text files, image files, video files, and so on) that readers have requested to view.
The error log is a set of pretty much all cautionary and error messages affiliated with your web site. It helps you stay away from just about any eventual problems with the website’s operation.
Monitor your site visitors in real time
Monitoring the web site stats of your website is the right way to know how your online marketing strategy works out. Via the Web Control Panel built–in web stats applications – Webalizer and Awstats, you can monitor the volumes of viewers that come to your site, plus the volume of hits they make and web pages they load on a day–to–day, weekly and monthly basis.
To look at the stats info, proceed to the Web Stats area of the Web Control Panel and then open the statistics file for a particular website. You don’t have to configure absolutely anything on your end. We trigger the statistics immediately after your site goes on the web and starts making visitors.
Monitor your websites’ CPU load
The web server’s CPU is vital for the interaction and communication between your web site and its site visitors. The more advanced and resource–utilizing your sites are, the more hosting server resources and CPU time will be necessary. From the CPU stats area, you’ll be able to view which particular site is consuming the largest percentage of CPU resources.
You should undertake actions to optimize your sites if the CPU utilization quota is arrived at. You can view in–depth stats for each day and month or for an entire year.