The Stats Menu

The Stats menu shows exactly how much of your hosting account’s resources have been used. This is important for monitoring your resource usage, and it can help you decide when it’s time to upgrade your hosting plan.

 

  • Click expand stats to see all of this data.
  • Click collapse stats to view only the first 5 stats.

The full Stats menu displays the following information:

  • Main Domain — The primary domain on your account.
  • Home Directory — The folder, located on your web server, in which your website’s folders and files reside.
  • Last login from — The IP address from which you last accessed your cPanel account.
  • File Usage — The number of inodes, or files and directories, that your account has used. The first number represents your account's inode usage. The second number represents your account's inode limit.
  • Disk Space Usage — The amount of disk space that your account occupies on the web server, in Megabytes. This number appears next to the amount of disk space your account is allocated (the "quota").
  • Monthly Bandwidth Transfer — The amount of data transferred to and from your account for the month to date in Megabytes. This number appears next to the total monthly bandwidth your account is allocated.
    • note Note: You may notice discrepancies between information WHM provides and the information log processing program (such as AWStats, Webalizer, or Analog) provide. To learn more about this, read our documentation about bandwidth discrepancies.
  • Email Accounts —The number of email accounts associated with your website, out of the total number allowed.
  • Subdomains — The number of subdomains associated with your account, out of the total number allowed.
  • Parked Domains — The number of parked domains associated with your account, out of the total number allowed.
  • Addon Domains — The number of addon domains associated with your account, out of the total number allowed.
  • FTP Accounts — The number of FTP accounts associated with your website, out of the total number allowed.
  • SQL Databases — The number of SQL databases you have created, out of the potential number of databases you are able to create for each database type. For more information, please see our release notes.
  • Mailing Lists — The number of mailing lists associated with your website, out of the total number allowed.
  • MySQL Disk Space — The amount of disk space used by your databases.
  • Hosting package — The name of the web hosting plan to which you have subscribed.
  • Server Name — The name of your web server.
  • cPanel Version — The version of cPanel currently running on your server.
  • Theme — The version of the cPanel interface layout currently being used.
  • Apache version — The version of the Apache software running on your web server.
  • PHP version — The version of the PHP scripting language currently installed on your server. This information may be useful for installing PHP scripts.
  • MySQL version — The version of the MySQL database software currently installed on your server. This information may be useful for installing MySQL databases on your website.
  • Architecture — The type of microprocessor powering the web server.
  • Operating system — The software running on the web server, which allows the server to operate.
  • Shared IP Address/Dedicated IP Address — If your domain is assigned a dedicated IP, this field displays that IP address. If your domain is assigned to a shared IP, this field displays that IP address, which is potentially shared among multiple accounts on the web host’s server.
  • Path to sendmail — The location of the sendmail program on your web server. This is useful if, for example, you create a script that lets visitors send you email using a form on your website.
  • Path to Perl — The location of the Perl interpreter on your web server. This information is necessary for writing Perl scripts.
  • Perl version — The version of Perl running on your server. This information is necessary for writing Perl scripts.
  • Kernel version — The version of your web server’s kernel, which is the central operating system component, allowing the server’s software to communicate with its hardware.
  • cPanel Pro — The version of the cPanel pro software currently running on your web server.
  • Service Status — The Click to View link will cause the Server Status page to display. (See details below.)
  • Email, SSL
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