cPanel offers lots of configurable features to support logging on your web site. Learn how to use them with these articles.
By using cPanel's logging programs, you can monitor your web site, view usage statistics, and more. This article covers how to enable a log program in both the Paper Lantern and x3 cPanel themes. This article also covers how to view a variety of log program stats with the Analog, Awstats, and Webalizer reporting programs.
By using cPanel's error log functionality, you can monitor your web site for suspicious activity, broken links, and more. This article shows you how to view the error log.
Using cPanel's raw access log functionality, you can configure and download your web site's raw log files for your own analysis. This article gives an overview of what cPanel's raw access log is, and provides instructions on how to configure and download raw log files.
You can use cPanel to view information about visitors to your web site, as well as bandwidth and resource usage. This article covers how to view visitor information, bandwidth usage, and resource usage.
You can exclude a specific IP address from the site statistics generated by AWStats, and this article shows you how.
cPanel enables you to view resource limit information about your account. You can also view snapshots of running processes and database queries to help determine what caused resource limiting for your account.