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Dec
24
2011
5:20 am

File quota – why is there a limit for the files that I host and what happens if I exceed it?

Each hosting account on our shared hosting and semi-dedicated servers has been assigned a certain amount of files, which it is allowed to use. Every file you upload and every message you send/receive counts as a separate file, since a copy of it is being saved in your account (and therefore – on the sevrer).[continue...]


Dec
24
2011
5:02 am

What is the difference between Traffic Stats and Bandwidth Stats?

There are two sections in your Web Hosting Control Panel, which are connected with the bandwidth and traffic quotas used by your account. These sections are the Traffic Stats and the Bandwidth Stats sections, which can be accessed from the Web Tools menu. What do they represent, and what are they used for? The Traffic[continue...]


Dec
24
2011
4:58 am

Traffic stats – what is the meaning of hits, visitors etc.?

The traffic stats are an important part of the website management routine. We use Webalizer as a traffic generating interface. Basically, there are several specifically used terms. Below you can find their meanings: Hits represent the total number of requests made to a website during a given time period (month, day, hour etc..). Files represent[continue...]


Dec
24
2011
4:50 am

How does the CPU usage affect the functionality of my account and what happens if I reach the limit?

Each hosting account has specific limitations, which, if exceeded, may cause general problems for the server and the eventual suspension of the hosting account. One such very important limitation is the CPU usage allowed for a given account. High CPU load can be caused by many factors in your account – a mis-configured add-on or[continue...]


Dec
24
2011
4:46 am

Access and Error Logs – what they are, how do I activate them and how are they useful to me?

The access and error logs are the raw web server statistics, which have been generated with every visit to your website. They are quite useful when you would like to check who has visited your website, what response code from the server they have received, and whether there were any error messages. You can activate[continue...]