An error log is a detailed report of the warnings and error messages that visitors faced as they were looking through your site. This is the raw information that the server has generated and it may help you find potential issues with your Internet site and resolve them in a timely manner, so as to improve the site’s functionality and to raise the users’ satisfaction. You can discover several things within an error log - the time when the error appeared, the actual path to the file the website visitor can't access, the IP address the request came from, and the reason this request couldn't be processed. There are numerous reasons for your visitors to see an error message - a link which leads to a non-existent file, a script website that can't be processed in the right way by the server, a website access attempt by a blocked IP address, etc.

Error Log Viewer in Shared Web Hosting

The Hepsia CP, supplied with our shared web hosting accounts, shall make it really easy to generate and look at an error log for any Internet site that you have within your account. Once you log in, you need to check out the Access/Error Logs section and click on the On/Off button for the site that you intend to monitor. The button is available for every domain name you have hosted and each subdomain you have set up, so you can get an in depth log for every single one of them separately, in order to be able to check the websites for problems a lot easier. A second click on the very same button will turn off the function, but you'll still be able to get the log by clicking on the Download link, that's available in the same section. If needed, you can use software on your personal computer to process the raw web server information for statistical purposes.

Error Log Viewer in Semi-dedicated Hosting

You will be able to create error logs for every single website that you host inside a semi-dedicated server account on our sophisticated web hosting platform. This function could be enabled through the Hepsia Control Panel. As you log in and check out the Access/Error Logs section, you'll only have to click on the On button for the domain name or subdomain that you need, due to the fact that all the domains/subdomains you have hosted/created in the account shall be listed there. You may activate the error logs individually for every Internet site, so you shall be able to keep track only of the ones that you want. Clicking once again on the same button will turn off the error log generation. You'll also find a Download link within the same exact section, so you shall be able to save the data produced by the server and, if required, run it through some software on your computer to get user-friendly charts and to correct any possible problems on your Internet site simpler.