An error log is a deposition of info that contains all the errors and warnings encountered by the visitors on your websites. Various examples of what you could find in such a log are: broken links that lead to non-existing files, pages which were not processed properly by the web server, which generated an error/warning message for the visitor, and attempts from unauthorized IP addresses to access the website or its administration area. Each entry inside the error log offers the exact date and time the event occurred, the visitor’s IP, the exact directory path within the hosting account to the site or file which had a problem and the reason for the error to appear in the first place. Checking out an error log will allow you to locate and fix issues on your site, which could improve the functionality of the site and the users’ experience.

Error Log Viewer in Cloud Web Hosting

You can trigger the generation of error logs with ease when you order a cloud web hosting plan from our company. An entire section inside the Hepsia CP, offered with the accounts, is devoted to the logs and switching on this function will take literally only a click. After you navigate to this section, you will see all the hosts which you have in the account, including your domain names and subdomains, even those that you may have created to test an Internet site prior to it going live. You just have to click on the On button for the ones that you would like to be monitored by our system and it will begin generating error logs at once. To switch off the feature, you'll only have to click the exact same button again. Each and every error log could be downloaded and saved to your computer system at any time, even if you have disabled the feature.

Error Log Viewer in Semi-dedicated Hosting

The error log generation is a function that may be enabled with a click with each of the semi-dedicated server plans we offer you. This can be done via the Access/Error Logs section of the in-house built Hepsia website hosting Control Panel, which we'll supply you with to manage the account. Once you navigate there, you shall see each and every domain name and subdomain that you have hosted/created within the account listed in alphabetical order. Switching on the error logs could be performed separately for each and every one of them by clicking on the On button, which is situated on the right-hand side. By simply clicking on the Off button, you'll disable the log generation if, for instance, you have sorted out the issues on the website or you have transferred it someplace else. You could also download any of the logs with only a mouse click and if you have the necessary software on your computer, you'll be able to process them and get easy-to-read graphs and charts that'll allow you to spot the most common problems on the website.