An access log is a text file containing a thorough list of all of the files accessed by your Internet site visitors. All the files that were requested in one way or another shall be included, so if you have a PHP script app and a website visitor opens just the home page, for instance, you might find numerous files in the log. This is because there are resources on the home page which are embedded - parts of other Internet pages, pics, and so on. All of these files will be listed within the access log, allowing you to get a full picture of the way your Internet site works. The information is in plain text format, so the logs are sometimes described as "raw data" as well. An access log shows the name of each requested file, the path to it, the date it was accessed, as well as the user’s IP address, world-wide web browser and OS. More info, such as the referrer Internet site, is usually supplied as well. A log file can be processed by various desktop applications for statistical purposes as an addition to the web stats generated by your hosting server.
Access Log Manager in Shared Hosting
Our custom Hepsia CP features a section dedicated to various logs and the access logs are among them. As soon as you sign in to your shared hosting account and go to this section, you will find a list of all the domains and subdomains you have. All it takes to enable the generation of access logs is to click on a button that'll be available next to every domain/subdomain. In case the option is enabled, you'll see a download link along with the file size so far, so you shall be able to save the file to your personal computer and examine it or process it with some application. Enabling or disabling the logs becomes effective immediately, so if you no longer require one, you can stop it with a mouse click from the exact same section of the CP. You will still be able to access the already developed content by simply clicking the Download link.