[OSM-dev] database statistics

Dan Moore writetodan at yahoo.com
Fri Mar 23 10:37:14 GMT 2007


fyi, the applet would be jakarta commons agents - although of course not all jakarta agents necessarily the applet. if the requests are always in pairs - 401 response then 200 response - then that's another marker of applet: it forgets about auth on every connect :(

cheers, dan.

----- Original Message ----
From: Dave <osm.list at randomjunk.co.uk>
To: Simon Hewison <simon at zymurgy.org>
Cc: dev at openstreetmap.org
Sent: Friday, March 23, 2007 10:14:14 AM
Subject: Re: [OSM-dev] database statistics

On 23/03/07, Simon Hewison <simon at zymurgy.org> wrote:
Claudomiro Nascimento Jr. wrote:
> webalizer of the log: http://claudomiro.googlepages.com/usage_200703.html

Interesting reading. It seems that

api/0.3/map?bbox=5.838672,52.150385,6.026562,52.224269 had been downloaded
1027 times.

That seems incredibly fishy to me, especially since that's 398Mbytes each time.

I guess that apache logs the entire number of bytes transferred, regardless

of whether the HTTP request was gzip encoded.

I think that's in total, not each time. So about 340K per request, which given the area contains a town isn't that unusual. I'd suspect somebody has a bookmark in JOSM and is doing a lot of editing, or else it corresponds to a tile which is being rerendered.


The user agents are quite interesting. I'm guessing JakartaCommons is the applet, all the java's are JOSM, and the LWP is tiles at home or other tools.




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