How to view the error log in cPanel
The error log in cPanel shows HTTP errors that occur when visitors try to view your site. These errors may be related to requested files that were not found, permission settings, and so on. The error log in cPanel shows the last 300 entries from your web site's error log.
You can use this tool to detect suspicious activity, such as a possible virus infection or an unauthorized access attempt. If you need further assistance, please open a support ticket with our Guru Crew on the Customer Portal at https://my.a2hosting.com.
Viewing the error log
To view the error log in cPanel, follow these steps:
In the Logs section of the cPanel home screen, click Error Log.
Entries appear in reverse chronological order.
- Log Programs
By using cPanel’s logging programs, you can monitor your web site, view usage statistics, and more.
- Raw Access Log
Using cPanel’s raw access log functionality, you can configure and download your web site’s raw log files for your own analysis.
- Latest Visitors, Bandwidth, and Resource Usage
You can use cPanel to view information about visitors to your web site, as well as bandwidth and resource usage.