Note: You are currently viewing documentation for Moodle 1.9. Up-to-date documentation for the latest stable version is available here: Site reports.
Administrators can see various reports via the site administration block. Some of these reports require that Statistics be turned on.
There are 4 basic Course overview reportsfilters: Participatory, Active (number of participated activities), Active weighted and Enrollment. In additon you can filter for time and the number of courses to show.
The site administration report log also has a setting for site errors, such as failed logins.
Here is an instant report which shows all activity in the last hour on the site. Items in blue are links. For example by clicking on the Action link, the administrator will jump to the screen viewed by the user (full name).
The Security overview report does a quick check on potential security issues. There are links to various site settings that are related to the check.
This links runs a script which will search all user profiles for certain strings and then delete those accounts which are obviously created by spammers. See Reducing spam in Moodle for more information.
Statistics are similar to course overview reports.
Moodle has some standard Unit tests it can run. The default is to only show failed items. The opening filter page looks like: