Apache web server usage and error reports
Web servers host publicly accessible content meant for your customers and other external parties. Understanding usage patterns helps you interpret how users interact with your server. Since thousands of people around the globe could potentially be accessing your web server, it's also important to check on errors that could severely hinder server performance.
Auditing your Apache web server logs is a great way to gather information on your server's usage and performance. EventLog Analyzer makes the job easy with automated log collection, as well as predefined reports that make it easy to analyze information.
Analyze usage information
EventLog Analyzer presents Apache web server usage information in the form of top reports, including information on the top users, visitors, and more on your web server. Simply put, these reports help you understand your users. For instance, knowing which visitors access your web server often can help you identify loyal customers. These reports also help you improve web server design. If you know the top browsers used to access your web server, you can optimize your web pages for those browsers.
Top Visitors | Top Users | Top URL | Top Browsers | Top Errors | Top Referrers | Apache Server Trend | Apache Reports Overview
Ensure error-free performance
EventLog Analyzer provides reports for several common HTTP error codes. Individual error code reports help you study the details of each occurrence of an error. EventLog Analyzer also provides consolidated reports for both client errors and server errors. These reports help you identify which errors are occurring most frequently. For instance, an increase in the overall number of server errors could indicate an issue with the server that needs correcting.
HTTP Status Success | HTTP Bad Gateway | HTTP Internal Server Error | HTTP Gateway Timeout | HTTP Request URI Too Large | HTTP Unsupported Media Type | HTTP Request Entity Too Large | HTTP Forbidden | HTTP Server Not Found | HTTP Request Timeout | HTTP Bad Request | HTTP Unauthorized | Information Reports | Success Reports | Redirection Reports | Client Errors | Server Errors