On Thu, 2004-10-28 at 18:16 +0100, John McCormac wrote:
>> On Thu, 28 Oct 2004, nils wrote:
>> > howdy,
> > Can anyone answer me this question.
> > Why do the fast majority of Irish web design companies always use IIS.
> > I have noticed that huge number of .ie domains are hosted on IIS, I
> > don't have the stats to back it up but every site bar a few that i stuck
> > into netcraft seem to be running IIS, Is this the norm for ireland and
> > its web design companies.
>> Unlike netcraft, I do have the stats for every .ie domain/website. :) A
> quick check on .ie websites running Apache puts the figure at 19787 as
> opposed to Microsoft IIS at 9944. Those figures are for 22/10/2004. The
> general trend for Irish hosting is away from IIS solutions.
Ok you may have got me there which the stats,but are you sure that the numbers are falling.
not all irish companies have a .ie(i know i said .ie) but counting all
the Irish related websites, even the government hosts on IIS.
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