We had a successful openSUSE 11.3 launch yesterday. The announcement itself saw many friendly comments. Many people retweeted the announcement from @openSUSE.
After 24 hours, it’s time to write up a few numbers as well. A total of 49599 requests for ISOs were reached via our download redirector.
The distribution of the media is as follows:
- NonOss Addon CD BiArch: 995
- 32-bit x86:
- Net 1955
- DVD 17130
- GNOME-LiveCD 3047
- KDE4-LiveCD 4287
- Addon-Lang 313
- 64-bit x86-64
- Net 1286
- DVD 16944
- GNOME-LiveCD 1302
- KDE4-LiveCD 2185
- Addon-Lang 155
I’d like to thank our mirrors and those that funded them. Just some examples: RWTH Aachen was distributing openSUSE 11.3 with peaks of 4 GBit/s using two mirrors and they set up a few extra machines to seed via bittorrent – their largest server was sponsored by Fujitsu and will soon be upgraded from 2 GBit/s to 10 GBit/s.
Novell’s IS&T team helped us to distribute using the Akamai network. Download peaked around 17 GBit/s and data transferred the last 24 hrs was above 90 Terabytes.
Update: GWDG had three ftp servers, ftp5 was saturating its 2 GBit/s for the first 6 hours, and the other two gave about half of their 1 GBit/s.
Looking at the torrents, our tracker tells us that 10668 ISOs have been downloaded during the first 26 hours.
Thanks a lot to all that made the launch a real success!
Have a lot of fun with openSUSE 11.3!
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