An error log is a collection of info that contains all the errors and warnings encountered by the readers on your websites. Several examples of what you can find in such a log are: broken links that lead to non-existing files, pages which were not processed properly by the hosting server, which triggered an error/warning message for the site visitor, and attempts from unauthorized IP addresses to get to the site or its administrator area. Every single entry inside the error log provides the exact date and time the event took place, the visitor’s IP, the specific directory path inside the hosting account to the site or file which had an issue and the reason for the error to appear in the first place. Checking out an error log will allow you to locate and resolve issues on your website, which can improve the efficiency of the website and the users’ experience.
Error Log Viewer in Cloud Hosting
You can trigger the generation of error logs with ease if you buy a cloud hosting plan from us. A whole section in the Hepsia CP, offered with the accounts, is dedicated to the logs and activating this feature takes literally a mouse click. After you go to this section, you'll see all the hosts you have in the account, including your domains and subdomains, including the ones that you may have created to test a website before it goes live. You simply need to press the On button for the ones you want to be closely watched by our system and it'll begin generating error logs almost immediately. To switch off the feature, you will only have to click the same exact button once more. Each and every error log can be downloaded and saved to your personal computer at any time, even if you have disabled the feature.
Error Log Viewer in Semi-dedicated Servers
The error log generation is a feature that could be switched on with just a mouse click with each of the semi-dedicated server plans which we provide. This can be done from the Access/Error Logs section of the in-house made Hepsia website hosting Control Panel, which we shall provide you with to manage your account. When you go there, you'll see each domain and subdomain which you have hosted/created within the account listed in alphabetical order. Enabling the error logs could be done separately for every single one of them by pressing the On button, that is situated on the right-hand side. By clicking on the Off button, you can disable the log generation if, for example, you've sorted out the issues on the site or you have migrated it elsewhere. You could also download each of the logs with simply a mouse click and if you have the required software on your PC, you could process them and get easy-to-read graphs and charts which will help you spot the most common problems on the website.