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Postby Wellander » Thu 06 May, 2004 12:57 am

Antony wrote:
Wellander wrote:Hi,
What happen to those days?
I forgot to retrieve the access_log when I moved away from previous hosting company to this new one.
If you are good at math, you can still project the data.

Hi,
When did you move?
And Exactly how many days is lost?
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Re: SillyDog701 April 2004 Traffic Report

Postby Edward » Tue 18 May, 2004 7:53 pm

Antony wrote:And the top Operating Systems...
Win NT 49.12%
Win 2000 18.20%
Win 98 13.04%
:mac:Macintosh 7.15%
:tux: Linux 3.49%


:tux: My operating system of choice is now Linux.

So...I have to ask. Where does XP fit in above, under NT?
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SillyDog701 May 2004 Traffic Report

Postby Antony » Fri 04 Jun, 2004 12:36 am

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (May 2004)

SillyDog701's traffic data, sillydog.org domain only.
Those data are generated from accesslog (the accesslog itself is 865MB), not from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: 3:01:49AM 1st May, 2004, to 03:32:17 AM 1st June, 2004, (AEST)
Total Hits: 4060819 (4.06 million) first time we reached 4 million hits
(page hits: 809930, i.e. 0.8 million)
Unique IP addresses: 119507
Total Data Transferred: 23.42 GB (HTTP only)

Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.

Web Browsers: (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
IE6.x 2049940  50.55%
NS5.x 1347167  33.22%  // note 1
IE5.x  326796   8.06%
NS4.x  141172   3.48%
Other   72586   1.79%  // note 2
NS6.x   33222   0.82%
Opera   31708   0.78%  // note 3
NS3.x   28048   0.69%
IE4.x   14415   0.36%
IE3.x    6304   0.16%
NS2.x    2337   0.06%
IE2.x    1268   0.03%
Lynx      223   0.01%
Mosaic     30   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.


Even with 4 million hits last months, the server runs pretty well with only one down time period.

A very healthy result.

And the top Operating Systems...
Win NT 48.93%
Win 2000 17.32%
Win 98 12.25%
:mac:Macintosh 8.53%
:tux: Linux 4.11%

We also have slightly increasing of Mac and Linux users.
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Postby Andrew T. » Fri 04 Jun, 2004 3:30 pm

Is it more convenient to keep track of total hits for certain browsers or percentages? I graphed the total hits for the site as well.

In addition to record hit levels, the traffic data for May 2004 also revealed a dip in percentage for Internet Explorer, a trend that will hopefully continue in the future.
I expect "Netscape 5.0" use will continue to increase after the many excellent Gecko-based browsers on the horizon are finally released, including Mozilla 1.7 final, Mozilla Firefox 0.9 and 1.0, and Netscape 7.2.
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Postby Wellander » Fri 04 Jun, 2004 3:36 pm

Hi,
Good job Internet Explorer.
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SillyDog701 June 2004 Traffic Report

Postby Antony » Mon 05 Jul, 2004 12:55 am

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (June 2004)

SillyDog701's traffic data, sillydog.org domain only.
Those data are generated from accesslog (the accesslog itself is 867MB), not from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: 3:32:18AM 1st June, 2004, to 8:07:31 AM 30th June, 2004, (AEST), NOTE: this is not a full 30 days tracking
Total Hits: 4065481 (4.065 million) over 4 million hits
(page hits: 841691, i.e. 0.84 million)
Unique IP addresses: 114951
Total Data Transferred: 24.38 GB (HTTP only)

Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.

Web Browsers: (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
IE6.x 1926850  47.55%
NS5.x 1478307  36.48%  // note 1
IE5.x  303123   7.48%
NS4.x  144619   3.57%
Other   74472   1.84%  // note 2
NS6.x   33755   0.83%
Opera   31749   0.78%  // note 3
NS3.x   27693   0.68%
IE4.x   21921   0.54%
IE3.x    5204   0.13%
NS2.x    2195   0.05%
IE2.x    1110   0.03%
Mosaic    730   0.02%
Lynx      310   0.01%
//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 48.46%
Win 2000 17.14%
Win 98 12.02%
:mac:Macintosh 9.29%
:tux: Linux 4.18%

Even with 4 million hits last months, the server runs pretty well during last months.

It seems to me, the percentage of MSIE 6 and MSIE 5 have decreased slightly.

Again, we also have slightly increasing of Mac and Linux users.

With May and June 2004's traffic results, I can now state [sdp=37251]SillyDog701 has more than "7 Million hits" in two (2) months time[/sdp].
(Reference)
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Postby Andrew T. » Mon 05 Jul, 2004 9:19 pm

Antony wrote:It seems to me, the percentage of MSIE 6 and MSIE 5 have decreased slightly.

It looks like May's dip in Internet Explorer use may be the start of a trend.

Total IE visits:
April 2004: 61.3%
May 2004: 59.2%
June 2004: 55.7%

This is also reflected in a pronounced dip in the graph for IE 6 and IE total for the last two months, complemented with a nearly equivalent rise for the Netscape/Mozilla category. It would seem to be that IE users are switching to Mozilla-based browsers.
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Postby Edward » Mon 05 Jul, 2004 9:25 pm

Given what has recently come out involving Internet Explorer and the US-CERT warning not to use it, I'm looking forward to the July statistics when they are available.
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Postby Wellander » Tue 06 Jul, 2004 9:54 am

Hi,
MSIE has decreased because I have not been using latly.
I was the one who kepped the MSIE 5.x up.
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Re: SillyDog701 July 2004 Traffic Report

Postby Antony » Sun 01 Aug, 2004 8:17 pm

SillyDog701 Traffic Report (July 2004)

SillyDog701's traffic data, sillydog.org domain only.
Those data are generated from accesslog (the accesslog itself is 905MB), not from third party's image tracking.
Time Period: 3:10:51 1st July, 2004, to 10:23:03 AM 30th July, 2004, (AEST), NOTE: this is not a full 30 days tracking
Total Hits: 4235113 (4.2 million) over 4 million hits
(page hits: 847617, i.e. 0.84 million)
Unique IP addresses: 112165
Total Data Transferred: 25.22 GB (HTTP only)

Data analysed by FastStatsAnalyzer.

Web Browsers: (http connections only, FTP traffic is not included.)
Code: Select all
       (hits) (percentage)
NS5.x 1957713  46.31%  // note 1
IE6.x 1713333  40.53%
IE5.x  239079   5.65%
NS4.x  131138   3.10%
Other   62389   1.48%  // note 2
Opera   40358   0.95%
NS6.x   39467   0.93%  // note 3
NS3.x   27693   0.68%
IE4.x   13341   0.32%
IE3.x    5254   0.12%
NS2.x    1891   0.04%
IE2.x    1120   0.03%
Lynx      146   0.00%
Mosaic     27   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 47.26%
Win 2000 19.87%
Win 98 12.85%
:mac:Macintosh 8.51%
:tux: Linux 3.89%

The percentage of MSIE 6 and MSIE 5 have dropped quite a lot.
Mozilla/Gecko based browsers are gaining the percentage.


This is third month in a row, we have more than 4 million hits. I can now state [sdp=37251]SillyDog701 can reach more than "7 Million hits" in two (2) months time[/sdp].
A screenshot of the reference of our traffic:
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Postby Wellander » Sun 01 Aug, 2004 9:30 pm

Hi,
I am very happy that I.E. user Share is going down.
I hope it stays that way.
I am very happy that we have alot of hits a month.
Ufaq is fake I never visit that site.
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Postby Andrew T. » Sun 01 Aug, 2004 10:47 pm

Browser share by percentage . . .
Browser share by hits . . .

Mozilla and its derivatives* have the qualification of being the most popular browser among visitors, for the first time since February 2003.

From this information, it can be derived that for the month of July: Netscape/Mozilla* 51.1%, MSIE 46.7%.
Not only that, but NS/Moz's 4.4% margin over Internet Explorer is the highest it has been since traffic results began to be publicly posted in this thread nearly two years ago.

It will be interesting to watch the rest of the Web (hopefully) follow these encouraging trends in the coming months or years. :D

*plus other browsers (specifically KHTML) inevitably picked up as "NS5.x"
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Postby Don_HH2K » Mon 02 Aug, 2004 8:10 am

So, NS5 has 4.4% market share, and MSIE has 90+% and is falling bit by bit...
Internet Explorer grabbed the Internet when it became big with the general computer user. People would probably tend to use whatever they know about. Seeing that Microsoft has ads just about everywhere, they're all set... I can't say I've ever seen an ad for Firefox besides the small Firefox buttons...
From what I've seen, people know more about Netscape than Mozilla, but Netscape's demise isn't exactly promising. They aren't exactly a browser maker anymore, more like a free AOL portal offering dialup services that nobody uses anymore.

I gather that Mozilla will probably become a popular browser if it makes its way into the public eye, although I doubt that will happen very soon.
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Postby Al » Mon 02 Aug, 2004 3:16 pm

Good job NS
Woohoo the big e is falling
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Postby Edward » Thu 05 Aug, 2004 5:33 pm

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