An error log is a detailed report of the warnings and error messages which site visitors faced as they were surfing around your site. This is the raw info that the hosting server has produced and it could help you locate potential problems with your Internet site and handle them in a timely manner, as a way to boost the site’s performance and to add to the users’ satisfaction. You can discover many things in an error log - the time when the error showed up, the exact path to the file the site visitor couldn't access, the IP address the request came from, and the reason this request couldn't be processed. There are different reasons for your visitors to see an error message - a link leading to a non-existent file, a script page that cannot be processed in the right way by the server, a site access attempt by a blocked IP address, etc.

Error Log Viewer in Shared Hosting

You can activate the generation of error logs easily when you get a shared hosting package from us. An entire section inside the Hepsia Control Panel, which comes with the accounts, is dedicated to the logs and switching on this function takes literally only a click. Once you navigate to this section, you'll see all the hosts which you have within the account, including your domain names and subdomains, including the ones that you may have created to test a website before it goes live. You simply have to click on the On button for the ones which you want to be monitored by our system and it will start generating error logs instantly. To turn off the feature, you'll just have to click the very same button once again. Any error log may be downloaded and saved to your computer anytime, even when you have deactivated the function.

Error Log Viewer in Semi-dedicated Hosting

The error log generation is a function which can be enabled with just a mouse click with any of the semi-dedicated server solutions we offer. This can be done through the Access/Error Logs section of the in-house built Hepsia web hosting Control Panel, which we will supply you with to manage your account. After you go there, you'll see every single domain name and subdomain that you have hosted/created within the account listed in alphabetical order. Switching on the error logs may be done separately for every one of them by pressing the On button, that is located on the right-hand side. By simply clicking on the Off button, you can disable the log generation if, for instance, you have resolved the problems on the website or you have moved it elsewhere. Additionally you can download any of the logs with simply a mouse click and if you have the required software on your PC, you can process them and get easy-to-read graphs and charts that will allow you to spot the most common problems on the website.