Through the AXJ Web Site Control Panel, you’ll have realtime access to the resources used by your web sites and the site traffic that’s generated from your prospects. The details are displayed in an intuitive graphical user interface, over a per–day, per–week and monthly basis. In addition, you will see information in relation to our system including the physical IP address of the hosting server, the OS, the currently applied versions of PHP and MySQL and much more.
Check out info about your server
If you want to check out what is the current version of PHP or MySQL as well as the OS on the web server where your cloud hosting account is situated, go to the Server Specifics part of the Web Site Control Panel. There you can also find info on the mounted Perl modules, the incoming and outbound mail servers, along with the physical IP address of the server.
You will find the server info table inside the Statistics portion of the AXJ Web Site Control Panel.
Access & Error Listing
Discover how people interact with your site
Through the Access & Error Logs section of the AXJ Web Site Control Panel, you are able to activate and observe the access and error listing for the sites managed within your Linux website hosting account. The access log is a listing of the files submitted on your web page (like text files, picture files, movie files, and so on) that people have demanded to watch.
The error log is actually a collection of all warning and malfunction notifications relating to your site. It can help you stay away from just about any potential issues with the site’s functionality.
Track your site visitors in real time
Tracking the website stats of your site is the best way to know how your web marketing strategy performs. With the Web Site Control Panel featured Internet stats applications – Webalizer and Awstats, you can monitor the volumes of viewers that come to your site, together with the quantity of hits they make and webpages they open on a day–to–day, weekly and monthly base.
To review the stats data, just go to the Web Stats section of your Web Site Control Panel and open up the stats file for a particular domain. You don’t have to setup absolutely anything on your end. We start the stats after your website moves on the web and starts getting visitors.
Keep track of your websites’ CPU load
The server’s CPU is essential for the communication and interaction between the website and its website visitors. The more sophisticated and resource–absorbing your web sites are, the more host assets and CPU time will be necessary. Through the CPU statistics part, you’ll be able to check which exactly site is using the majority of CPU resources.
You must take procedures to improve your sites if the CPU usage limit is exceeded. You will see elaborate stats for each day and month as well as for a full year.