This function displays up to 1,000 of the most recent entries in the Apache log for a given domain’s web site.
The function displays up to 300 of the most recent entries in your website’s error logs, in reverse chronological order. You can use this information to find broken links or problems with missing files. For more information, read our documentation.
This function allows you to see the bandwidth usage for your site. It shows the current month’s bandwidth usage, as well as your total bandwidth usage. This will include all HTTP (web) and POP (mail) bandwidth usage and may include FTP bandwidth usage if your system administrator has enabled FTP bandwidth logging.
Raw Access Logs allow you to see who has visited your website without displaying graphs, charts, or other graphics. You can use the Raw Access Logs menu to download a zipped version of the server’s access log for your site. This can be very useful when you want to quickly see who has visited your site.
Awstats produces visual statistics about visitors of your site.
Analog produces a simple summary of all the people who have visited your site. It is fast and provides great lightweight statistics. Analog shows the people who have accessed your site during a specific month. It provides limited content but can be helpful to see where your main users are from.
Webalizer – Not used
Webalizer is a complex stats program that produces a variety of charts and graphs about who has visited your site.
Webalizer FTP – Not used
Webalizer FTP is a complex stats program that produces a variety of charts and graphs about who has visited your site using FTP protocol.
Metrics Editor – Not Used
This function allows you to choose what stats programs you will use when viewing site statistics, if you are allowed to do so.