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Webstats (how to covert Total KBytes into GB)

steed
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Webstats (how to covert Total KBytes into GB)

:?:

When looking at the monthly webstats it gives "Total KBytes" for the month.

From what I have read you are given 250MB per day which equals 7.5GB per month (250MB time 30 days). So what would 7.5GB be in KB as listed in "Total KBytes" in the webstats?

I have looked for some information on the web and I have come up with the following:

1GB = 1000MB therefore 7.5GB = 7500MB
1MB = 1000KB therefore 7500MB = 7500000KB

So the maximum "Total KBytes" webstats figure for a month should not exceed 7500000

Can someone tell me if the figures and calculations I have used above are correct.

Thanks
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Yep looks alright to me - as an estimate Smiley
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that can be used as a good estimate however there are 1024KB in a MB and 1024MB in a GB. there are also 1024bytes in a KB and 8 bits in a byte in case you're interested Smiley
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Then there are 1024GB in a TB, 1024TB in a PB and 1024PB an an EB... Wink

Thomas
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Webstats (how to covert Total KBytes into GB)

mmm terabyte....[the next one's petabyte? What's after that?]
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It goes like this:
Byte
KiloByte - approx .one thousand bytes
MegaByte - approx. one million bytes
GigaByte - approx. one billion bytes
TeraByte - approx. one trillion bytes
PetaByte - approx. one quadrillion bytes
ExaByte - approx. one quintillion bytes

Hopefully some mad computer scientist might find that useful one day... Wink

Thomas
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Then after that we have

zettabyte = 1180591620717411303424 bytes

and

yottabyte = 1208925819614629174706176 bytes
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Hmm.... the Oxford English Dictionary only goes up to "exa-"... :?

Thomas

Edit: just realised something... zetta- and yotta- don't use the standard system of multiples of bytes, because they're not 2^x0, unlike the others I mentioned above.
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because they're not 2^x0, unlike the others I mentioned above.


You had me worried for a minuite then lol.

This definatly sounds like the realm of mad "computer scientists" or network engineers"


Chris
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Thanks for the replies Smiley

I have now recalculated using the exact figures:

July (250MB x 31 days) = 7.750GB

1GB = 1024MB therefore 7.75GB = 7936MB
1MB = 1024KB therefore 7936MB = 8126464KB

So the maximum "Total KBytes" webstats figure for the month of July should not exceed 8126464

:?:

Could someone explain what the "Hits by Response Code" are from the webstats. I know what Code 200 and 404 are, but what about the rest?

Code 200 OK -clicked on a link to a page that is there
Code 206 Partial Content
Code 301 Moved Permanently
Code 304 Not Modified
Code 401 Unauthorized
Code 404 Not Found -clicked on a link to a page that is not there
Ianwild
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Webstats (how to covert Total KBytes into GB)

I found this page, which might help.

Regards,
steed
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Thanks Smiley

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