Through the Control Panel, it will be easy to keep an eye on every aspect of your Internet presence. You’ll have access to precise stats, which will present you with live info about the server resources your sites are consuming along with the views they’re getting. You will also find some specific information regarding our hosting servers as a whole. The info is separated into segments, which enables you to quickly find your way around.
Have a look at details about your hosting server
If you need to check out what exactly is the existing version of PHP or MySQL or even the OS on the server where your web hosting account is positioned, just go to the Server Information section of your Control Panel. There you’ll also get details about the mounted Perl modules, the inbound and outbound mail servers, and the actual IP address of the web hosting server.
You’ll find the web hosting server details board in the Stats section of the maxmillian.net Control Panel.
Access & Error Stats
Get hold of info about your sites’ overall performance
Using the data generated in the Access and Error Stats area of your Control Panel, you can locate just about any possible issues with the functionality of your web sites. The access stats will show you all sorts of data files including texts, images and videos that were looked over from your customers as the error records will document just about any notifications and problems that have happened throughout their stay on your site.
It’s possible to get the access and error record data files for each of your operational sites from the Stats Manager section of your Control Panel.
The best way to keep tabs on visitors’ behaviour
When you operate an effective site, it is vital that you understand a lot about site visitors – just how many unique visits your site receives, how many visitors go back to your web site, exactly what keywords and phrases individuals use to locate your site, etc. Within the Stats Manager part of your Control Panel, you can get 2 web traffic statistics tools – Webalizer and Awstats that will help you get all the information that you need.
The applications demand absolutely no setup. When your website is on the Internet, they’ll start accumulating info without any effort from you.
Keep track of your websites’ server power load
The server’s CPU is very important for the interaction between the web site and its site visitors. The more complex and resource–absorbing your web sites are, the more web server resources and CPU time will be needed. Through the CPU stats part, it will be easy to view which site is utilizing the largest portion of CPU resources.
You need to undertake actions to optimize your websites in case the CPU consumption allowance is reached. You can see in–depth stats for each day and month and for a full calendar year.