Tracking Website Down Time Cpanel


Website Down Time in Cpanel

From time to time, a website can shut down for several reasons. One very common reason is that the server is running out of memory. Many websites consume many resources because they are built with Joomla, WordPress, Drupal and so on. With that in mind, you may want to know how log a website went down. Well, Cpanel offers an array of methods to find that out. You can use the 'Logs'and the features.

Method #1: Bandwidth

To see bandwidth options during hours or days,
1) Login to Cpanel.
2) Go to logs > Select 'Bandwidth'.
3) Look for downtime.

Method #2: Error Log

To see recent errors and track when site went down,
1) Login to Cpanel.
2) Go to logs > Select 'Error Log'.
3) Look for downtime. You can track ip and where site went down; such as memory allocation. If the ip was suspicious, you can ban it.

Method #3: Latest Visitors

To see latest vistors,
1) Login to Cpanel.
2) Go to logs > Select 'Latest Visitors'.
3) Select 'View' next to the desired website.