How do I interpret hosting control panel access logs?

cPanel Access LogsWhen viewing an access log from the hosting control panel there are many different variables to view:

    Unique Visitor - Each unique visitor represents a different visitor to your website.
    Number of Visits - Represents the total number of times your site was accessed by the unique visitors.
    Page View - Represents the unique number of pages visited by your visitors.
    Hits - Represents the total number pages accessed (A page can be accessed more than once).
    Bandwidth - The amount of data transferred during the processes of a visitor accessing your site.

Access logs can be broken down further by the following variables, but not limited to:

    Date/Time
    Operating System
    Browser
    Screen Resolution
    Page
    Region
    File Type


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