From the Flying Sulcer Hosting Control Panel, you will get real–time access to the resources used by your websites and the website traffic that’s produced by your clients. The information is brought to you in a convenient–to–use graphical interface, over a daily, weekly and monthly basis. Additionally, you can find information concerning our platform including the actual IP address of the hosting server, the OS, the currently utilized editions of PHP and MySQL and more.
Check out specifics of your server
If you wish to examine what is the existing syndication of PHP or MySQL or the Operating System of the server where your hosting account is situated, proceed to the Server Information and facts part of the Hosting Control Panel. There you can also find information on the set–up Perl modules, the incoming and outbound email servers, and also the physical IP address of the server.
You’ll find the server information table inside the Statistics part of the Flying Sulcer Hosting Control Panel.
Access & Error Records
Quickly identify any website overall performance issues
The Access and Error Logs record info about the server, consisting of details of server access plus the sorts of problems detected during hosting server operation. You’ll find both kinds of info about the performance of your websites from the Web Stats Manager part of your Hosting Control Panel.
The access log displays the whole set of text files, image files, video files, etc. that others have wanted to see on your website, and the error log reports virtually all warnings and errors the host has spotted ever since the log file was made.
The ideal way to follow website visitors’ volumes
When you manage a successful site, it is important to know a lot about site visitors – exactly how many unique visitors your website attracts, exactly how many visitors get back to your web site, exactly what search terms visitors utilize to come across your website, and so on. In the Web Stats Manager section of your Hosting Control Panel, you can get two traffic stats instruments – Webalizer and Awstats that will help you find all the details you may need.
The applications require actually zero configuration. Once your web site is online, they will begin accumulating info with no effort from you.
Keep tabs on your websites’ CPU load
The web server’s CPU is essential for the connection between your website and its website visitors. The more advanced and resource–intensive your websites are, the more server resources and CPU time will be required for them to perform.
From the CPU statistics section of the Hosting Control Panel, you are able to monitor the use of CPU resources generated by all of your sites. This will permit you to take timely actions and improve your sites if the CPU utilization allocation has been exceeded. You will view comprehensive CPU statistics for every day and month as well as for a full calendar year.