Fwd: IPv6 usage of www.freebsd.org
wosch at FreeBSD.org
Thu Oct 7 18:28:53 CEST 2010
On Thu, Oct 7, 2010 at 16:35, Phil Pennock <ipv6-ops+phil at spodhuis.org> wrote:
> On 2010-10-03 at 13:55 -0700, Doug Barton forwarded:
>> FYI. Some non-IPv6-related bits have been snipped.
>> -------- Original Message --------
>> From: Wolfram Schneider <wosch at FreeBSD.org>
>> Subject: IPv6 usage of www.freebsd.org
>> Date: Thu, 30 Sep 2010 22:31:18 +0200
>> I checked the current IPv6 usage of our homepage www.freebsd.org
>> In the last 30 days we had 5.32 million page views. Many are from web
>> crawlers (bots) and other automated scripts (nagios, curl, libfetch).
>> Apparently, 2.73 millions page views (51.5%) are from humans (or your
>> cat ;-)
>> 1.35% of the page view are IPv6. For the bots it is much higher: 4.8%
> These numbers don't appear to add up. I must be misinterpreting them.
> I'll show my interpretation, then can you perhaps enlighten me with the
> 1.35% of all page views are IPv6.
the 1.35% (out of 2.73 millions page views) are from non-bots
sorry for the confusing statement,
> 5.32 million page views total.
> IPv6 page view count: 71820
> 4.8% of all bot page views are IPv6
> 2.73 million page views from humans, subtract from 5.32m to get: 2.59m
> IPv6 page views from bots = 4.8% of 2.59 million = 124320
> So there were 71820 IPv6 page views total, of which 124320 were from
> bots. Which is a confusing statement.
> What calculations *should* I have done, please?
> -Phil, who pushed a cat's butt off his keyboard this morning.
Wolfram Schneider <wosch at FreeBSD.org> http://wolfram.schneider.org
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