An error log is a collection of data which features all of the errors and warnings encountered by the visitors on your Internet sites. Several examples of what you could find in this sort of a log are: broken links which lead to non-existing files, pages that were not processed correctly by the hosting server, which resulted in an error/warning message for the visitor, and attempts from unauthorized IP addresses to reach the site or its administration area. Every entry in the error log contains the exact date and time the event took place, the visitor’s IP, the exact directory path in the hosting account to the website or file that had an issue and the cause for the error to appear in the first place. Examining an error log will enable you to identify and correct problems on your website, which could boost the functionality of the website and the users’ experience.
Error Log Viewer in Shared Hosting
The Hepsia CP, which comes with our shared hosting accounts, will make it easy to generate and check out an error log for any Internet site that you have within your account. After you log in, you have to check out the Access/Error Logs section and click on the On/Off button for the Internet site that you intend to monitor. The button is available for each domain you have hosted and every subdomain that you have set up, so you can get a comprehensive log for each of them independently, in order to be able to monitor the websites for problems easier. A second click on the same button shall disable the feature, but you will still be able to get the log by clicking on the Download link, that's available in the exact same section. When necessary, you can use software on your PC to process the raw server information for statistical purposes.
Error Log Viewer in Semi-dedicated Servers
You shall be able to create error logs for every single Internet site that you host in a semi-dedicated server account on our advanced web hosting platform. This feature could be enabled through the Hepsia Control Panel. When you log in and check out the Access/Error Logs section, you'll simply have to click on the On button for the domain or subdomain that you need, given that all the domains/subdomains you have hosted/created within the account will be listed there. You could activate the error logs separately for every single site, so you will be able to keep an eye only of the ones that you'd like. Clicking once again on the very same button will disable the error log generation. You will also find a Download link within the same section, so you shall be able to save the data generated by the web server and, when necessary, run it through some software on your computer system to get user-friendly charts and to take care of any potential issues on your site a lot easier.