Access Logs is a convenient tool to see all the important information about your website visits: from which countries your websites get the most views, which devices your visitors use, and many more.

Access Logs can be found by opening HostingManage:

And selecting Access Logs:

Once there, you will be presented with a short overview as well as additional sections:

  1. Short overview

  2. Analytics

  3. Access logs

  4. Error code 5xx

  5. Error code 4xx

Short overview

This section provides you with all the required information for tracking your access logs:

  • Total Bandwidth - shows the amount of data transmitted over an internet connection (based on Filter)

  • Total Number of Requests - shows the number of requests made by visitors (based on Filter)

  • Button to change your domain - here you can change your domain and see its statistics

  • Filter - an option to easily check statistics for the last hour, 6 hours, 24 hours, or even 7 days

  • Top list filter - a summary of top Countries, IP Addresses, Requests, and Domains visited


Analytics

Here you can find a graphic visualization of website visits, including:

  • Total requests: shows HTTP or/and HTTPS requests to all hosting account

  • Unique IP addresses: is the number of distinct IP addresses that accessed your hosting account

  • Bandwidth: is the amount of data that was transmitted in a fixed amount of time

NOTE

  • If you want to see these data and others such as CPU usage for the last 30 days, you can check the Order Usage section on your hPanel.


Access logs

This area contains a search bar to find specific requests or IPs and more comprehensive stats about each visit to your website:

  • Time - the exact time the request was made

  • IP Address - IP address of the visitor

  • Request - the type of request

  • Device - the type of device and browser used

  • Country - the country of the request

  • Size (bytes) - the size of the request, shown in bytes

  • Response time (ms) - the response time to the request, shown in milliseconds

You can also filter by the top 10 visitor’s IP, type of request and location:


Error code 5xx

In this area, a graph will show all 5xx errors generated for the selected period, as well as a detailed description that will make troubleshooting easier:

  • Time - the exact time the error occurred

  • Error - the specific type of error (eg. 500, 502, etc.)

  • Request - the request that generated the error

  • Device - the device used

  • Country - the country of the request

  • Size (bytes) - the size of the request, shown in bytes

  • Response time (ms) - the response time to the request, shown in milliseconds

NOTE


Error code 4xx

Here you will find any 4xx error generated for the selected period, with a detailed description to pinpoint the root cause:

  • Time - the exact time the error occurred

  • Error - the specific type of error (eg. 403, 404, etc.)

  • IP Address - IP address of the visitor

  • Request - the request that generated the error

  • Device - the device used

  • Country - the country of the request

  • Size (bytes) - the size of the request, shown in bytes

  • Response time (ms) - the response time to the request, shown in milliseconds

NOTE

That’s it! Now you know how to check your website’s Access Logs 😊

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