Error Log Viewer
Discover a lot more about the Error Log Viewer, how it works and what type of data you can find in it.
An error log is a list of the error messages and warnings which displayed for one reason or another while your visitors were looking through your Internet site. This sort of a log includes raw info on the way the hosting server has addressed requests in different situations. An error message may appear if, for example, a link leads to a website or a file that isn't on the web server, if the code on a specific page can't be processed, if someone is trying to access the site or its back office using an IP address that is blocked by an .htaccess rule and many others. The information within the error log offers the IP address of the website visitor, what error message displayed and the basis for the server to show it, the entire path to the file which caused the error and the precise time of the event. Having this information will allow you to determine if any part of your Internet site has a problem, which you may then clear up. Therefore, your visitors will have a better experience and you'll supercharge the site for maximum performance.
Error Log Viewer in Shared Hosting
When you host your Internet sites on our top-notch cloud hosting platform, you will be able to see detailed error logs for each of them whatever the shared hosting that you’ve picked. The function is available within our in-house built Hepsia Control Panel and may be activated with just a mouse click from the Access/Error Logs section. Once you are there, you will see all of the domains and subdomains which you have and you will have the chance to activate the error log generation independently for each one, so you can keep track of only on the sites that you want or need. If you don't want a log of the errors to be kept, you could deactivate the feature with a click from the exact same section of the Control Panel. There you'll also find a Download link for each log produced by our system, so you may save the ones that you need to your desktop or notebook and use log processing software to get easy-to-read statistical data.