Last week we released openSUSE 10.3, and we want to keep you updated on its very successful launch. I finally got some more numbers:
During the first 30 hours we changed the priority on our download redirector to prefer our network; these are basically the numbers of all people went to software/download.opensuse.org and not directly to a mirror. This was to help take a little load off the mirrors during the peak time.
And of course a big “thank you” to all our mirrors!
Image Download Proportion
~ 100 % 100 TB (the percentage above is rounded …)
That’s right, 100 Terabytes!
Registered Installation Figures
(Last updated on 10.10.2007)
Approximately 40,000 for openSUSE 10.3 GM. 45,913 were counted, but you have to subtract pre-GoldMaster installations in October. In comparison with openSUSE 10.2, and including only the first 4 days, it’s 34% increase!
(numbers from Saturday)
Trended page views per day at openSUSE.org:
10.3 peaked at release to 780,000 (average day: 230,000) +85% peak
Trended visits at openSUSE.org:
10.3 peaked at release to 180,000 (average day: 80,000) +125% peak
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