Stats Manager

With your Control Panel, you will be able to keep track of all aspects of your Internet presence. You will be given access to detailed statistics, which will offer you real-time info about the resources your web sites are consuming and the hits they are receiving. You will also find some important information about our system in general. The information is split into sections, so you can easily find your way around.
 

Server Information

This section will offer you comprehensive info about the server your hosting account is hosted on. You can check the OS, the physical IP and the current PHP/Perl/MySQL versions used, find more information about the currently installed Perl modules and the POP3/IMAP and SMTP mail servers, monitor the server load, etc.

See Server Information here



Access & Error Logs

This section enables you to check the access and error logs for the domain names hosted in your account. An access log represents a list of all the files uploaded onto your website, including text files, image files, video files, etc. that your visitors have requested to view. The error log, on the other hand, contains a list of all warnings and errors related to your web site and helps you prevent any potential issues with the site's availability.

See Access & Error Logs here



Traffic Statistics

This section gives you comprehensive, up-to-date information about the visits to your website. You can choose between two famous website statistics tools - Webalizer and Awstats. They include comprehensive info about the number of hits, visits and page requests on a daily and monthly basis. You can find statistics for all the sites hosted in your account.

See Traffic Statistics here



CPU Statistics

The web server's central processing unit is used to serve your web pages to your visitors. The more complex and traffic-heavy your websites are, the more CPU time will be needed. This section enables you to monitor your CPU usage. You should do something to optimize your websites if the CPU time quota has been reached. You can find elaborate statistics for each day and month or for a full calendar year.

See CPU Statistics here