How to View your Server Specifications in cPanel Stats
Written by James Richardson
Published: Jun 2, 2017
You can find the server information about your server such as MySQL and PHP version or how many domains your are allowed on the cPanel account by viewing your cPanel stats. The following will explain how.
Steps to view your server specifications
Explanation of Various Statistics
|Current User||This fields displays the current cPanel username logged in.|
|Primary Domain||This field will show you your main domain on your cPanel account.|
|Home Directory||Your Home directory shows where your files are located at the bottom level of your account. In this example its /home/userna5|
|Last Login||The last login is the IP address of the last person that accessed your cPanel. This is not related to your website.|
|Addon Domains||The Addon Domains shows how many addons were added. Example, 0 / ? shows no addon domains were added out of unlimited ones.|
|MySQL Databases||This number displays the total number of MySQL databases utilized versus how many total are available for your hosting package.|
|Subdomains||The Subdomains statistic shows how many subdomains are available and how many are used. Example, 24 / ? shows 24 subdomains where created out od unlimited ones.|
|PostgreSQL Databases||This will display the number of PostgreSQL databases you have versus how many total available.|
|Aliases||The Parked domains shows how many alias domains you have and how many you can add. Example, 0 / ? shows no alias domains were added out of unlimited alias domains.|
|Autoresponders||If you use autoresponders for email, this stat will tell you how many you are currently working with.|
|Bandwidth||This statistic bandwidth utilized by your account. This is managed by our systems team, so you won't need to worry about checking this stat often.|
|MySQL Disk Usage||The MySQL disk usage is the total space taken by your MySQL databases on your cPanel account.|
|PostgreSQL Disk Usage||The PostgreSQL disk usage is the total space taken by your PostgreSQL databases on your cPanel account.|
|Disk Usage||The total space used by your cPanel account.|
|Email Accounts||The email accounts statistic shows how many email accounts are created and how many you can create. Example, 1 / ? shows 1 email account was created and an unlimited amount available to create|
|Email Filters||How many email filters being used by your account.|
|Forwarders||The number of email forwarders currently being used on your cPanel account.|
|FTP Accounts||The number of FTP accounts currently configured on your cPanel account.|
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