Web stats

We've been asked to ship the access-logs for myweb into a centralized log-dump repository. Since we can run reports from there, I've been looking at access-patterns for these servers. On the student-side, interms of hit-count about 58% of all hits come from our two service-monitoring packages. In terms of data transfered, we're still nada compared to www.wwu.edu. This service isn't as used as I had guessed.

FacStaff is a desolate wasteland, of course. The biggest request (after the monitoring pages, of course) is http://myweb.facstaff.wwu.edu/~riedesg/sysadmin1138/atom.xml which is the atom file for this very blog, and how almost all of you read me. The number two spot has one fifth the traffic of the atom.xml file for this blog and is http://myweb.facstaff.wwu.edu/~walkers/egeo350/index.html which is happy to see. Number three is the front page of this blog. I knew I dominated the access stats, but it is nice to see it proven.