Yes, that’s correct! cPanel provides various statistics related to your account on its main page for your convenience. These statistics include information about your CPU and memory usage, MySQL databases, email forwarders, and more. Here are the steps to view your cPanel statistics:

  1. Log in to your cPanel account.
  2. Once you are logged in, you will see the statistics section on the right-hand side of the main page. This section displays various statistics about your account.
  3. To view more detailed information about a particular statistic, simply click on the corresponding link. For example, to view more information about your CPU and memory usage, click on the “CPU and Concurrent Connection Usage” link.
  4. You can also access more detailed statistics by clicking on the “View More” link located at the bottom of each section.

That’s it! Now you know how to view your cPanel statistics directly from the main page.

View cPanel Statistics

  1. Log into cPanel.
  2. You will see your cPanel Statistics over to the right.
    cPanel Statistics

Below is a description of the available information.

Disk UsageShows how much disk space you are taking up in MB.
MySQL® Disk UsageShows how much disk space your MySQL® databases are using.
PostgreSQL Disk UsageShows how much disk space your PostgreSQL databases are using.
BandwidthShows how much bandwidth your account has consumed this month.
Addon DomainsSee how many Addon domains you have set up.
SubdomainsSee how many Subdomains your account is using.
AliasesView how many Aliases (formerly called Parked domains) you have set up.
Email AccountsView how many email accounts you have created.
AutorespondersSee how many email autoresponders you have set up.
ForwardersSee how many email forwarders you have set up.
Email FiltersView the number of email filters you have set up.
FTP AccountsSee how many FTP accounts you have created.
MySQL® DatabasesView the amount of MySQL® databases you have created.
PostgreSQL DatabasesView the amount of PostgreSQL databases you have created.
CPU UsageView the amount of CPU your account is using.
Entry ProcessesSee the amount of PHP scripts that are currently running.
Physical Memory UsageView the amount of physical memory you are using.
IOPSView the size of input-output operations your account is using per second.
I/O UsageView the amount of input and output your account has used.
Number of ProcessesSee the number of processes your account is currently running

Congratulations, now you know how to view cPanel statistics!

Did you know? Not all hosting companies provide free access to cPanel. InMotion does and it’s just one of the many features of our various web hosting plans.



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