Error Log Viewer
Error Log Viewer - how exactly does it function, what types of errors are logged inside it and how to take advantage of it to troubleshoot your website.
An error log is a deposition of information which includes all the errors and warnings experienced by the visitors on your Internet sites. Various examples of what you could find in this sort of a log are: broken links which lead to non-existing files, pages which were not processed adequately by the hosting server, which resulted in an error/warning message for the visitor, and attempts from unauthorized IP addresses to access the website or its administration area. Each and every entry within the error log offers the exact time and date the event occurred, the visitor’s IP, the exact directory path within the hosting account to the Internet site or file which had an issue and the root cause for the error to appear to start with. Examining an error log will enable you to identify and correct issues on your site, which can enhance the efficiency of the Internet site and the users’ experience.
Error Log Viewer in Hosting
If you host your websites on our modern cloud hosting platform, you will be able to view in depth error logs for each of them inspite of the hosting that you’ve selected. The feature is available inside our in-house built Hepsia Control Panel and may be turned on with just a click from the Access/Error Logs section. Once you're there, you shall see all of the domain names and subdomains you have and you will have the chance to enable the error log generation individually for every single one, in order to keep an eye only on the Internet sites that you want or need. If you don't need a log of the errors to be kept, you'll be able to disable the feature with a mouse click from the very same section of the CP. There you will also find a Download link for each and every log produced by our system, so you could save the ones which you need to your desktop or notebook and use log processing software to get easy-to-read statistical information.