MySQL & Load Stats
View which kind of info is gathered in the MySQL & Load Stats area and how it is possible to take full advantage of it.
The CPU load depends on the time period a web server spends executing a script whenever a visitor opens a webpage on a certain script-driven Internet site. Static HTML sites use hardly any CPU time, but this isn't the case with the significantly more complex and functional scripts, which use a database and display dynamic content. The more people open this type of an Internet site, the more load shall be generated on the web server and if the database is large, the MySQL server shall be loaded as well. An illustration of what may cause high load is a web-based store with a large number of products. If it's popular, a lot of people shall be visiting it at the same time and if they seek out items, the whole database that contains all of the products shall also be continuously accessed by the script, resulting 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 need a more effective hosting solution - if the website is extremely popular and the established setup cannot deal with the load.
MySQL & Load Stats in Cloud Hosting
We produce in depth stats about the system resource usage of every cloud hosting
account, so in the event that you host your Internet sites on our advanced cloud platform, you'll be able to check out the statistics with just a few mouse clicks from your Hepsia CP. The data is offered in 2 different sections. The first one shall show you the span of time our system spent serving your Internet sites, the total time it took for your scripts to be executed, what amount of memory sites used and what different kinds of processes created the load. Stats are generated every 6 hours. You're able to see daily and monthly stats also. In the second section you will find all of the databases that you've created within the account and for each of them you will see the amount of hourly and day-to-day queries. The info will give you a detailed picture of the performance of your sites, particularly if you compare it to the daily traffic and visitor stats.