>should these 302s be included in
>the site's statistics in order to get more accurate results?
More accurate than what? If you're allowing proxies cache your files (a
Good Thing (tm) ) then the stats you have today are, depending on what you
report, a pale reflection of reality.
http://www.analog.cx/docs/webworks.html is a good article discussing the
problems around web stats. Chocolate teapots and all that
On 28/03/06, ilug-request at linux.ie <ilug-request at linux.ie> wrote:
>>> On further recollection, I wonder should these 302s be included in
> the site's statistics in order to get more accurate results? A 302
> NOT followed by a 200 or 304 on serverb isn't currently counted, but
> it is realistically a view of the file. Is there any kind of
> consensus about this?
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