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Usage Statistics
Usage statistics are generated every day at 4AM, so if you really care to see what the usage of the THTN.com servers is, check back here every day. Also, only the usage statistics for the last 12 months is available.

I might bring this back one day, but for now here are some old stats to pour over:

Generated on 17-Jan-2004 04:05 PST

Summary by Month
Month Daily Avg Monthly Totals
Hits Files Pages Visits Sites KBytes Visits Pages Files Hits
Jan 2004 60208 36830 10399 695 9388 7977781 11818 176786 626113 1023549
Dec 2003 93113 58864 17001 1084 20046 22881694 33631 527050 1824786 2886509
Nov 2003 38106 25347 7474 529 11313 9672686 15881 224227 760429 1143185
Oct 2003 20177 13361 4194 307 6562 5485241 9530 130035 414220 625487
Sep 2003 15451 10346 3020 281 5517 3917617 8446 90603 310403 463532
Aug 2003 12065 7121 1944 199 4711 2684407 6175 60265 220760 374029
Jul 2003 5617 3392 540 99 2572 1283159 3096 16761 105160 174152
Jun 2003 2701 1881 140 67 1903 675949 2019 4223 56437 81053
May 2003 3880 2672 165 73 2829 884920 2272 5138 82858 120293
Apr 2003 3992 2543 160 67 3106 1114433 2031 4814 76292 119786
Mar 2003 3978 2577 154 72 3039 1277170 2235 4801 79908 123324
Feb 2003 2003 1539 120 59 2221 730839 1666 3383 43097 56089
Totals 58585896 98800 1248086 4600463 7190988

Hits represent the total number of requests made to the server during the given time period (month, day, hour etc..).

Files represent the total number of hits (requests) that actually resulted in something being sent back to the user. Not all hits will send data, such as 404-Not Found requests and requests for pages that are already in the browsers cache.

Tip: By looking at the difference between hits and files, you can get a rough indication of repeat visitors, as the greater the difference between the two, the more people are requesting pages they already have cached (have viewed already).

Sites is the number of unique IP addresses/hostnames that made requests to the server. Care should be taken when using this metric for anything other than that. Many users can appear to come from a single site, and they can also appear to come from many ip addresses so it should be used simply as a rough guage as to the number of visitors to your server.

Visits occur when some remote site makes a request for a page on your server for the first time. As long as the same site keeps making requests within a given timeout period, they will all be considered part of the same Visit. If the site makes a request to your server, and the length of time since the last request is greater than the specified timeout period (default is 30 minutes), a new Visit is started and counted, and the sequence repeats. Since only pages will trigger a visit, remotes sites that link to graphic and other non- page URLs will not be counted in the visit totals, reducing the number of false visits.

Pages are those URLs that would be considered the actual page being requested, and not all of the individual items that make it up (such as graphics and audio clips). Some people call this metric page views or page impressions, and defaults to any URL that has an extension of .htm, .html, .php or .cgi.

A KByte (KB) is 1024 bytes (1 Kilobyte). Used to show the amount of data that was transfered between the server and the remote machine, based on the data found in the server log.



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