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dj50
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ReactOS.org site traffic

Post by dj50 » Thu Apr 13, 2006 10:00 pm

I was just curious ... does anyone know how many daily visitors does reactos.org have?

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Post by Viod » Thu Apr 13, 2006 10:50 pm

Frik85 knows ;)
:D

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Post by GvG » Thu Apr 13, 2006 11:26 pm

I don't know about the number of unique visitors, but the logs show that we serve around 250 000 requests per day.

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Post by vperez69 » Thu Apr 13, 2006 11:55 pm

i know that I account for about a hunnert of them serves, as browsing through the forum is one of my favorite activities while at work.

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Post by cmoibenlepro » Fri Apr 14, 2006 4:00 pm

vperez69 wrote:i know that I account for about a hunnert of them serves, as browsing through the forum is one of my favorite activities while at work.
You work hard... Do you work for the government? :lol:

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Post by vperez69 » Fri Apr 14, 2006 7:20 pm

Hahaha
actually, I work the phones, Tech Support for PeoplePC, a better way to internet. All I do, all day long, is make DUN connections for new customers, or send people to their OEM to fix modem issues or turn of firewall programs. I can pretty much do it in my sleep, or while browsing the forums.

heh heh heh.

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Post by linuxgx » Fri Apr 14, 2006 7:44 pm

Incrediable!!!! :roll:


I want your job.

Not that IT for a Unix network is much harder.
God forbid if it where a MS controled server

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Post by jason.b.c » Sat Apr 15, 2006 4:59 am

vperez69 wrote:Hahaha
actually, I work the phones, Tech Support for PeoplePC, a better way to internet. All I do, all day long, is make DUN connections for new customers, or send people to their OEM to fix modem issues or turn of firewall programs. I can pretty much do it in my sleep, or while browsing the forums.

heh heh heh.
for PeoplePC, a better way to internet.
Yea, thats why they won't even send you ( ME ) a cd in the mail when I'M Interested in there service unless you agree to sign up by phone and then you need a credit card to do that, and then i get told off by the guy on the phone.
How VERY RUDE that guy was..!!!!!!!!

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Post by linuxgx » Sat Apr 15, 2006 5:18 am

I do have to know what people pc has to do with site traffic?
My advice, get ADSL usualy $20, save the phonebill

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Post by vperez69 » Sat Apr 15, 2006 7:28 pm

jason.b.c wrote:Yea, thats why they won't even send you ( ME ) a cd in the mail when I'M Interested in there service unless you agree to sign up by phone and then you need a credit card to do that, and then i get told off by the guy on the phone.
How VERY RUDE that guy was..!!!!!!!!
Well, I certainly apologize for that difficulty. What you should do, in situations like that, is take the name of the agent, call back, immediately asking for a sales supervisor, and complain about the agent. It may be a hassle, but rude agents like that don't deserve to be employed. That's not just with us, but anywhere. The Supervisor will most probably hook you up with a month free or something, just for your troubles.

Now - our CD is free. You might just pick it up at K-Mart, Best Buy, Circuit City, BJ's, Sam's, Office Max, Staples, Fries or Rite-aid, among others. It'll be quicker than the 7 day wait it takes to have the CD mailed out.

Wow - was that a Tech support agent plugging crap? hahahaha

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Post by florian » Tue May 30, 2006 2:37 pm

I would be interested in the question of bandwidth traffic so what amount of MB / GB is used monthly in average?

Edit: And maybe the moderators could move this thread from General Discussions to the Website Forum?

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Post by GvG » Tue May 30, 2006 2:50 pm

We generate about 3-4 GByte of traffic per day, so that's roughly 100GB per month.

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Re: ReactOS.org site traffic

Post by frik85 » Tue May 30, 2006 5:33 pm

dj50 wrote:I was just curious ... does anyone know how many daily visitors does reactos.org have?
ReactOS Website - Statistics (May 2006)

Unique Visitors (Ø):
100.000 (per months)
30.000 (per day)
150 (per hour)

Browser:
65% Mozilla
24% Internet Explorer
7% Opera
3% Konqueror/Safari

Operating Systems:
79% Windows
17% UNIX (*NIX and Linux)
3% BSD (*BSD, MacOS X)
0.04% BeOS
0.02% OS/2
(Linux: 15%, MacOS X: 2%)




ReactOS Support Database - Statistics

http://www.reactos.org/support/index.ph ... &sec=stats

Data from yesterday:
Page views: 6761
Unique visitors: 470
Unique registered users: 29
Internet Explorer users: 125
Mozilla users: 284
Opera users: 34
Konqueror / Safari users: 14
text browser users: 2
Windows / ReactOS users: 374
Unix users: 1
BSD users: 0
Linux users: 58
Mac users: 9

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Post by florian » Tue May 30, 2006 8:09 pm

Thank you all for the interesting statistics!

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Re: ReactOS.org site traffic

Post by ThePhysicist » Wed May 31, 2006 1:19 am

frik85 wrote: Unique Visitors (Ø):
100.000 (per months)
30.000 (per day)
150 (per hour)
Wow, that's a lot.
But Shouldn't it be about 3600 per day?
150 * 24 = 3600
3600 * 30 = 108000

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