Monitor Website Uptime

Monitor website performance

In shared hosting the website uptime is a challenge as many websites are together pulling up the limited resources of a server. As a webmaster you have to be alert to keep your website up and running and to give the best experience to your readers. Server uptime has a major impact on your website page ranking. There are many ways you can look at your website uptime and in this post we are not going to look at the how reason of Monitoring Website Uptime, but the reasons should check the website and the take away of the performance log . When you look at the website uptime the log will show many things but what you should look at is error of site down due to some login failed issue, mentioning Brute Force. You immediately need a plugin called Limit Login Attempt. This is an awesome plugin which will control the several times a login attempt could be done from an ip address. As wordpress gives unlimited attempts for accessing your site it is very important to control the brute force attack on your website. Features provided by plugin are as follows:-

Limit Login Attempt

  • Limits number retrials while login for each IP Address.
  • Limits login attempts using authorized cookie in a similar way.
  • It Informs admin about remaining amount retry attempts or lockout time on login page

If your website logs talk about caching error you must a cache plugin (I recommend wp super cache). This most popular cache plugin on the web which takes care of  your caching trouble has a very nice configuration recommendation by a leading web hosting service provider Hostgator. You can use the configuration steps here and along with this you can look at your websites performance overall and as well as your hosting providers server load. If you feel there is a big fluctuation in your website you can get in touch with your hosting providers to move your website to less loaded server.

The above said steps are most recommended steps if your site is on shared hosting servers. Whereas if you are on dedicated servers it is no more a pain as the resources are not limited and you will never be worried about such things.

If you are looking for resources to check your website uptime the below are few of the links which you can refer.

http://www.labnol.org/internet/website-uptime-monitor/21060/

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Mohit Mathur is a Techno-Management Blogger holds Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electronics and Communication and an MBA in Finance. Writing blogs on Telecom, IT, Finance, Marketing. I believe in experimenting with Technological aspect of Management. Email:- mohit@telecolumnist.com.

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Mohit Mathur is a Techno-Management Blogger holds Bachelor of Engineering degree in Electronics and Communication and an MBA in Finance. Writing blogs on Telecom, IT, Finance, Marketing. I believe in experimenting with Technological aspect of Management. Email:- mohit@telecolumnist.com.

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