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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Nathan Lyle, Mar 3, 2019.

  1. Nathan Lyle

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    Hello! Is there some way of getting more detail in the cpanel Bandwidth tool to see exactly what the HTTP traffic breaks down into? I'm having trouble where small WordPress sites on my server are exceeding their limit, and I'm unable to track down why. (I've optimized them six ways from Sunday without making a difference.) They don't have large files, there doesn't appear to be high bot issues, etc., and there's a discrepancy between Awstats and the Bandwidth tools. My hardware provider says I should use the Bandwidth tool (as opposed to Awstats) and I'm assuming that's what's used by WHM to limit accounts? I see that it reports much higher numbers there than in Awstats. I've been trying to find answers online and have been going in circles. Any help would be very much appreciated. :)
     
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    Hi @Nathan Lyle

    While you can click on the graph in the Bandwidth page to look further into the usage if you need information on the actual traffic that was hitting the sites you can check the domlogs. The graph should be able to pinpoint down to a time frame during the day, then you can check the raw access logs at cPanel>>Metrics>>Raw Access

    Thanks!
     
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