SillyDog701 Traffic Report (December 2004)
Those data are generated from accesslog (the accesslog itself is 1.56GB), not
from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: November 30, 2004, 06:05:31 PM to December 31, 2004, 07:24:25 PM (AEDST)
Total Hits: 5224662
(page hits: 1520985, i.e. 1.52 million
Unique IP addresses: 137888
Total Data Transferred: 33.04 GB (HTTP only)
Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.
Web Browsers: (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
- Code: Select all
NS5.x 2093068 40.06% // note 1
IE6.x 1946345 37.25%
Other 764336 14.63% // note 2**
IE5.x 222820 4.26%
NS4.x 103163 1.97%
Opera 38988 0.75% // note 3
NS3.x 21169 0.41%
NS6.x 13418 0.26%
IE4.x 12904 0.25%
IE3.x 4408 0.08%
NS2.x 2164 0.04%
IE2.x 1420 0.03%
Lynx 440 0.03%
Mosaic 22 0.00%
//note 1: All Gecko-based browsers, including those identify
themselves as Gecko-based. This includes NS7.xx and all Mozilla
builds, Camino, Konqueror and Safari but NOT NS6.
//note 2**: includes bots and massive phpBB attacks.
//note 3: un-spoofed Opera only, spoofed Opera will be counted towards MSIE or Netscape.
And the platform shares...
Windows NT (and XP) 48.97%
Windows 2000 16.69%
Windows 98 8.41%
Our average data transferred per day is 1.03GB
Sadly, we still don't have 7 million hits
, but we are running in a reliable
server, the web service is on all during entire December even under massive phpBB vulnerability attack
. The attemps of phpBB and PHP vulnerabilities results an unusual high traffic during the holiday season.
(note 2**) If we use November's "[tt]Others (browser) 132342 hits[/tt]" as December's "[tt]Others (browser) 764336 hits[/tt]" for the calculation as a quick adjustment for removing attack counts, we would still have 4592668
) total hits in December, NS5 would have [tt]45.57%[/tt], IE6 would have [tt]42.38%[/tt], and Mac platform would have 10.1%
Aside, we don't
need to ban 150+ IPs. In fact, we don't ban any one from viewing our content.
We still self-claim we are the number 1 independent support site
or the oldest peer support around. As always, we strive to provide an accurate information resouce place, a useful technical support site, and a friendly community centre.
This concludes the traffic report for [sdt=7925]year 2004[/sdt]. We look forward for a better year in 2005.
UserAgent: Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; U; PPC Mac OS X; en) AppleWebKit/125.5.5 (KHTML, like Gecko) Safari/125.12