Through the T R I N I T Y Web Site Control Panel, you’ll have actual time access to the hosting resources utilized by your web sites in addition to the site traffic that’s generated from your visitors. The information is exposed in a simple graphical user interface, over a per–day, per–week and per–month basis. Also, you can find detailed information regarding our platform like the physical IP address of the hosting server, the OS, the currently applied variations of PHP and MySQL and many others.
Server Information and Facts
Look at specifics of your web server
If you need to check out what is the present syndication of PHP or MySQL or even the Operating System on the hosting server where your hosting account is positioned, simply go to the Server Info part of the Web Site Control Panel. There you’ll also find information on the set–up Perl modules, the inbound and outbound email servers, along with the real IP address your server.
You’ll find the hosting server information board inside the Stats section of the T R I N I T Y Web Site Control Panel.
Access & Error Reports
Understand how individuals communicate with your website
Through the Access & Error Logs section of the T R I N I T Y Web Site Control Panel, you can easily switch on and watch the access and error logs for your sites located within your web hosting account. The access log is a report on all of the files featured on your website (like text files, image files, video files, etcetera) that readers have demanded to view.
The error log is a range of pretty much all cautionary and malfunction alerts relating to your site. It helps you keep away from any potential problems with the site’s operation.
Keep track of your website visitors in real time
Watching the website stats of your site is the simplest way to see how your Internet marketing strategy works. With the Web Site Control Panel included web statistics tools – Webalizer and Awstats, you can view the amounts of visitors that come to your site, and also the number of hits they produce and web pages they load on a day–to–day, weekly and monthly basis.
To look at the stats data, just go to the Website Stats part of your Web Site Control Panel and then load the stats file for a certain website. It is not necessary to configure anything at all on your side. We start the stats as soon as your site goes on the web and starts making visitors.
Track your websites’ CPU load
The web server’s CPU is vital for the communication and interaction between the web site and its visitors. The more complex and resource–absorbing your sites are, the more hosting server resources and CPU time will be needed. Through the CPU stats area, you are able to keep an eye on which web site is utilizing the largest portion of CPU assets.
You should undertake procedures to improve your sites if the CPU usage quota is reached. You will notice elaborate statistics for each day and month as well as for a full year.