MySQL & Load Stats
The MySQL & Load Stats will silently gather data while your web site is functioning. Discover why it is important to check them out on a regular basis.
The CPU load depends upon the time a server spends executing a script every time a visitor opens a webpage on a specific script-driven Internet site. Static HTML sites use barely any CPU time, but this isn't the situation with the far more advanced and functional scripts, that use a database and display dynamic content. The more people open such a website, the more load will be generated on the server and if the database is very large, the MySQL server shall be loaded too. An example of what can cause high load is an Internet store with a large number of products. If it's popular, many people will be exploring it simultaneously and if they look for items, the entire database which contains all of the products shall also be continuously accessed by the script, which will result in high load. In this light, having CPU and MySQL load statistics will give you an idea of how the site is doing, if it needs to be optimized or if you simply just need a more effective hosting solution - if the site is popular and the current setup cannot deal with the load.
MySQL & Load Stats in Shared Hosting
We create in depth statistics about the system resource usage of every shared hosting
account, so if you host your sites on our sophisticated cloud platform, you shall be able to take a look at the stats with just a couple of mouse clicks from your Hepsia Control Panel. The data is offered in two different sections. The first one will show you how much time our system spent serving your Internet sites, the total time it took for your scripts to be executed, the amount of memory the sites used and what different types of processes produced the load. Stats are produced every 6 hours. You could see daily and month-to-month stats too. In the second section you will discover all of the databases you have created inside the account and for every one of them you shall see the number of hourly and daily queries. The information will give you a detailed picture of the overall performance of your sites, especially if you compare it to the daily traffic and visitor stats.