An error log is a detailed report of the warnings and error messages which visitors came across as they were surfing your website. This is the raw data that the server has produced and it can help you locate potential problems with your site and handle them in a timely manner, in order to enhance the site’s overall performance and to add to the users’ full satisfaction. You can find many things within an error log - the time when the error occurred, the specific path to the file that the website visitor can't access, the IP address the request came from, and the reason this request cannot be processed. There are lots of reasons for your website visitors to see an error message - a link leading to a non-existent file, a script website that cannot be processed properly by the web server, a site access attempt by a blocked IP address, and so forth.
Error Log Viewer in Cloud Hosting
The Hepsia CP, included with our cloud hosting accounts, will make it very simple to generate and check out an error log for any website that you have inside your account. After you log in, you will need to check out the Access/Error Logs section and click on the On/Off button for the Internet site that you would like to monitor. The button is available for every domain you have hosted and each subdomain you have set up, so you can get a detailed log for each and every one of them individually, so that you can be able to examine the websites for problems a lot easier. A second click on the same button will disable the feature, but you'll still be able to get the log by clicking on the Download link, that is available in the same section. When required, you can use software on your computer to process the raw web server info for statistical purposes.
Error Log Viewer in Semi-dedicated Hosting
The error log generation is a function that could be activated with a click with any of the semi-dedicated server solutions we supply. This can be done from the Access/Error Logs section of the custom-built Hepsia web hosting Control Panel, which we shall supply you with to manage your account. After you navigate there, you'll see each and every domain and subdomain you have hosted/created in the account listed in alphabetical order. Initiating the error logs could be performed separately for each one of them by pressing the On button, which is situated on the right-hand side. By simply clicking on the Off button, you will disable the log generation if, for example, you've resolved the problems on the website or you have migrated it someplace else. You could also download any of the logs with just a click and if you have the required software on your laptop, you could process them and get easy-to-read graphs and charts that will enable you to spot the most common issues on the site.