What do my cPanel stats mean?

There are various types of statistics available on cPanel that helps you to get a clear insight into your account and domain usage. You can also view your website statistics. So there are two types of statistics you can view.

CPanel Statistics

This provides the statistics related to your domain and your Hoasted account.

1. Log in to your cPanel account.

2. Click Statistics (statistics icon) icon in the left section.

The cPanel Statistics page will be displayed.

cPanel Statistics page

You can view the statistics in the following sections:

General – Shows the statistics related to bandwidth and FTP accounts. You can view the bandwidth consumption statistics through charts. It also shows the number of FTP accounts.

general statistics cpanel

Domain Statistics – Shows the details of number of Addon Domains, Subdomains and Aliases.

Domain Statistics cpanel

Mail– Shows statistics related to Email Accounts, Mailing Lists, Auto responders, Forwarders and Email Filters.

mail statistics cpanel

Disk Space - Shows Disk Space statistics such as Disk Space, File Usage, MYSQL® Database and Mailing Lists.

disk space cpanel

Cloud Linux – Shows the details related to Cloud Linux usage including CPU Usage, Virtual Memory Usage, Physical Memory Usage, Entry Processes, I/O Usage, IOPS and Number of Processes.

Cloud Linux usage

Databases – Shows the number of MySQL databases in the account.

Databases cpanel

Website Statistics

This provides statistics related to your website such as Visitors, Errors, Bandwidth, Raw Access, CPU and Concurrent Connection Usage.

1. Log in to your cPanel account.

2. Navigate to Metrics section.

You will have all options for viewing your website statistics.

Website Statistics cpanel

  • Visitors – Shows up to1,000 of the most recent entries in the Apache log for a given domain’s web site.
  • Errors – Shows up to last 300 errors for your site. It is useful in finding broken links or problems with missing files.
  • Bandwidth - Shows the bandwidth usage of your site for the current month and total bandwidth usage. It includes all bandwidth statistics such as HTTP (web), POP (mail) bandwidth usage, and FTP bandwidth usage if enabled.
  • Raw Access – Shows who has visited your website without displaying graphs, charts, or other graphics. You can download the zip file of the raw access log of your server.
  • CPU and Concurrent Connection Usage – Shows any major issues with your site in the past 24 hours.

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