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Postby Don_HH2K » Thu 05 Aug, 2004 5:48 pm

Edward wrote:I'm sure there is a perfectly good explanation for this wonderful occurrence. :)

That would be a combination of the US-CERT's warning, NS touting it's product as secure, and may other factors.
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Postby Edward » Thu 05 Aug, 2004 8:37 pm

I also noticed the big jump in Opera hits from June to July.
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Postby Antony » Thu 05 Aug, 2004 8:39 pm

Edward wrote:I also noticed the big jump in Opera hits from June to July.
Less people spoofing their Opera to MSIE?
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Postby Don_HH2K » Thu 05 Aug, 2004 8:40 pm

Edward wrote:I also noticed the big jump in Opera hits from June to July.

That could possibly be because it is now advertised as PC World's Browser of the Year. That title has gone to Mozilla for the past few years.
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Postby Wellander » Tue 31 Aug, 2004 10:45 pm

Hi,
I will like to see augusts report.
Do we have it yet.
If not please make the computer not busy so we can see it.
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SillyDog701 August 2004 Traffic Report

Postby Antony » Wed 01 Sep, 2004 3:55 am

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (August 2004)

SillyDog701's traffic
Those data are generated from accesslog (the accesslog itself is 1.01GB), not from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: July 31, 2004, 10:24:24 AM to August 31, 2004, 01:05:53 PM, (AEST)
Total Hits: 4810296 (4.8 million) over 4.5 million hits
(page hits: 1010478, i.e. 1.01 million)
Unique IP addresses: 120308
Total Data Transferred: 30.83 GB (HTTP only)

Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.

Web Browsers: (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
NS5.x 2095571  43.64%  // note 1
IE6.x 2030015  42.27%
IE5.x  294020   6.12%
NS4.x  145678   3.03%
Other  104903   2.18%  // note 2
NS6.x   42729   0.89%
Opera   38697   0.81%  // note 3
NS3.x   25746   0.54%
IE4.x   15995   0.33%
IE3.x    4624   0.10%
NS2.x    1958   0.04%
IE2.x    1305   0.03%
Lynx      558   0.01%
Mosaic    217   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 robots
//note 3: un-spoofed Opera only, spoofed Opera will be counted towards MSIE or Netscape.


And the platform shares...
Win NT 50.74%
Win 2000 15.24%
Win 98 12.86%
:mac:Macintosh 8.60%
:tux: Linux 3.73%

The percentage of Netscape 5+ has dropped a little compared to previous month, in August, with the new release of Netscape 7.2, we can safely assume that a number of MSIE users came to grab Netscape.

The UFAQ.org was mentioned in Netscape's Browser Central (homepage). SillyDog701 does not get mentioned, however, for a period of time, SillyDog701 gets the top ranking result when you search "Download Netscape 7.2"
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This is the fourth month in a row, we have more than 4 million hits. The statement, [sdp=37251]SillyDog701 can reach well more than "7 Million hits" in less than two (2) months time[/sdp], once again proven to be true.
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Postby Al » Wed 01 Sep, 2004 3:14 pm

This is good news :)
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SillyDog701 September 2004 Traffic Report

Postby Antony » Sun 07 Nov, 2004 7:40 pm

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (September 2004)

SillyDog701's traffic
Those data are generated from accesslog (the accesslog itself is 752MB), not from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: August 31, 2004, 01:05:56 AM to September 30, 2004, 03:21:36 PM, (AEST)
Total Hits: 3537599 (3.5 million)
(page hits: 773562, i.e. 0.77 million)
Unique IP addresses: 93685
Total Data Transferred: 24.90 GB (HTTP only)

Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.

Web Browsers: (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
IE6.x 1533586  43.42%
NS5.x 1420810  40.23%  // note 1
IE5.x  209143   5.92%
Other  159625   4.52%  // note 2
NS4.x  117952   3.34%
Opera   27976   0.79%  // note 3
NS6.x   23907   0.68%
NS3.x   18218   0.52%
IE4.x   11677   0.33%
IE3.x    5529   0.16%
NS2.x    2146   0.06%
IE2.x    1139   0.03%
Lynx      374   0.01%
Mosaic      0   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 robots
//note 3: un-spoofed Opera only, spoofed Opera will be counted towards MSIE or Netscape.


And the platform shares...
Win NT 51.17%
Win 2000 12.77%
Win 98 10.74%
:mac:Macintosh 9.56%
:tux: Linux 3.77%
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SillyDog701 October 2004 Traffic Report

Postby Antony » Sun 07 Nov, 2004 8:09 pm

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (October 2004)

SillyDog701's traffic
Those data are generated from accesslog (the accesslog itself is 666MB), not from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: September 30, 2004, 03:21:41 AM (AEST) to October 31, 2004, 05:07:21 PM (AEDST)
Total Hits: 3158756 (3.1 million)
(page hits: 718503, i.e. 0.71 million)
Unique IP addresses: 86182
Total Data Transferred: 22.96 GB (HTTP only)

Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.

Web Browsers: (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
IE6.x 1369843  43.45%
NS5.x 1316020  41.74%  // note 1
IE5.x  178977   5.68%
Other  121742   3.86%  // note 2
NS4.x  94250   2.99%
Opera   22892   0.73%  // note 3
NS3.x   16418   0.52%
NS6.x   15887   0.50%
IE4.x   10614   0.34%
IE3.x    3415   0.11%
NS2.x    1749   0.06%
Lynx      558   0.02%
IE2.x     546   0.02%
Mosaic     56   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 robots
//note 3: un-spoofed Opera only, spoofed Opera will be counted towards MSIE or Netscape.


And the platform shares...
Win NT 53.13%
Win 2000 12.45%
Win 98 9.85%
:mac:Macintosh 10.20%
:tux: Linux 3.57%
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Postby Andrew T. » Sun 07 Nov, 2004 8:57 pm

Thanks for posting the traffic information for September and October, Antony!

Graphs:
Browser share by percentage
Browser share by hits
Total hits
Platform share (somewhat incomplete information)

I wonder if there will be a spike in traffic here this November, coinciding with the release of Mozilla Firefox 1.0?
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Postby Al » Mon 08 Nov, 2004 12:26 am

good job Moz and NS users
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Postby Antony » Mon 08 Nov, 2004 1:21 am

Thanks for the spread sheet, Andrew.

This is my version:
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Postby Don_HH2K » Mon 08 Nov, 2004 4:39 pm

In the past two months, SD701 has received 6.6 million hits. You'd come to think that SD701 would be averageing over 7 million hits again seeing the Firefox community is increasing; maybe more people would be looking at Switch.
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Postby Edward » Mon 08 Nov, 2004 7:36 pm

The Mozilla web site has a graphic that Firefox 1.0 is to be released tomorrow (November 9).

So I would hope for an increase in NS 5.0 numbers for November.
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SillyDog701 November 2004 Traffic Report

Postby Antony » Wed 01 Dec, 2004 2:30 am

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (November 2004)

SillyDog701's traffic
Those data are generated from accesslog (the accesslog itself is 861MB), not from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: October 31, 2004, 05:07:21 PM (AEDST) to November 30, 2004, 06:05:37 PM (AEDST)
Total Hits: 4034436 (4 million)
(page hits: 886378, i.e. 0.88 million)
Unique IP addresses: 117274
Total Data Transferred: 28.96 GB (HTTP only)

Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.

Web Browsers: (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
NS5.x 1860373  46.84%  // note 1
IE6.x 1563828  39.37%
IE5.x  190074   4.79%
Other  132342   3.33%  // note 2
NS4.x  131869   3.32%
Opera   35687   0.90%  // note 3
NS3.x   19884   0.50%
NS6.x   16795   0.42%
IE4.x   13632   0.34%
IE3.x    4545   0.11%
NS2.x    1476   0.04%
Lynx      825   0.02%
IE2.x     465   0.01%
Mosaic     18   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 robots
//note 3: un-spoofed Opera only, spoofed Opera will be counted towards MSIE or Netscape.


And the platform shares...
Windows NT (and XP) 52.74%
Windows 2000 12.57%
Windows 98 9.58%
:mac:Macintosh 9.48%
:tux: Linux 4.32%

Sadly, we still don't have 7 million hits, but we are running in a reliable server, and do not need to ban 150+ IPs. In fact, we don't ban any one from viewing our content. And for your information, we don't transfer 78.30MB of traffic daily either. Our average data transferred per day is just near 1GB (956.74 megabytes), excluding the FTP traffic.
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