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The Metrics section, previously known as the Logs section, is where you can find comprehensive information regarding the status/traffic of websites associated with your cPanel account. You can also find error related information here as well, along with other metrics that you may find useful.

 

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In this article we will briefly review each option that is available via the Metrics section.

 

Visitor Icon Image

 

Visitors – This interface will display as many as 1,000 of the most recent Apache log entries for a website associated with your cPanel account.

 

errors icon image

 

Errors – This will display the last 300 errors for your website(s).

 

Bandwidth Icon Image

 

Bandwidth – Displays the bandwidth usage for your site(s).

 

Showing the Raw Access icon in cPanel

 

Raw Access – With this interface you can see who has visited your site without displaying charts or graphs. You can download a zipped version of the server’s access logs for your site.

 

AWstats icon image

 

AWstats – Produces and displays visual stats about visitors to your site.

 

Analog Stats Icon Image

 

Analog Stats – Produces a simplistic summary of all your sites visitors.

 

Webalizer Icon Image

 

Webalizer – A very in depth statistics program that can produce charts and graphs about visitors to your site.

 

Showing the Webalizer FTP icon in cPanel

 

Webalizer FTP – Similar to Webalizer, however this interface can produce charts and graphs about visitors to your site that are using the FTP protocol.

 

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Metrics Editor – Allows you to choose what statistics programs that you’ll use when viewing site stats, only if you’re permitted to do so.

 

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CPU and Concurrent Connection Usage – resource monitoring tool that lets you view detailed information about problematic processes and database queries running on your account. The information can then help you determine why a resource limit was triggered.

 

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