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webserver survey

By Jaqui ·
from february 2004:
Developer February 2004 Percent
Apache 31703884 67.21
Microsoft 9849971 20.88
SunONE 1657295 3.51
Zeus 755227 1.60
http://news.netcraft.com/archives/2004/02/01/february_2004_web_server_survey.html
february 2005:
Developer February 2005 Percent
Apache 40681140 68.83
Microsoft 12322111 20.85
Sun 1835718 3.11
Zeus 618599 1.05

http://news.netcraft.com/archives/web_server_survey.html

interesting to see that the open source server still has the lions share of the webserver market.
you would think that with people's love of ms they would actually use ms iis/sqlserver.... instead of betraying thier corporate dedication to crappy software.

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IIS

by BFilmFan In reply to webserver survey

Difference between dedication and outright stupidity!

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you mean

by Jaqui In reply to IIS

the infernal insanity server?

it was what, 20% of the total?

that's kind of what I meant, they should be using it if ms makes such good products.

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IIS Kookiness

by BFilmFan In reply to you mean

Most of the sites that my current client is using are for internal and extra-net clients only, so they do us IIS quite a bit.

The external web-page is just pretty pictures and flowery language.

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IIS

by Choppit In reply to webserver survey

Could it be that most of the 20.88% IIS share exists because the application dictates its use?

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possibly.

by Jaqui In reply to IIS

as vbscript isn't supported by any other server

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How about ....

by Choppit In reply to possibly.

Sun Java System Active Server Pages 4.0..

http://versora.com/products/sun_asp.php

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Re: webserver survey

by Info-Safety, LLC In reply to webserver survey

In a prior life, I had a Linux server that averaged well over 10K hits per day, with peaks over 100k. Don't you know it went down every time the power went out longer than the UPS batteries lasted. . .

As many of you know, however, outside of the geek world, it is much harder to find good Linux expertise.

Craig Herberg

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but,

by Jaqui In reply to Re: webserver survey

now linux is far more stable and reliable.
there is even support for ups.
( which has improved drastically in the last year )

people forget, linux is a far younger os than windows. it has the benefit of being clone of unix, and posix compliant, but it is very much a work in progress, and always will be.

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