Technical Statistics and Analysis Help Help Card

This page shows the reliability of your Web site. The table shows the total number of hits for the site, how many were successful, how many failed, and it calculates the percentage of hits that failed.

Technical Statistics and Analysis
Total Hits 368,150
Successful Hits 365,953
Failed Hits 2,197
Failed Hits as Percent 0.59%
Redirected Hits 0
Redirected Hits as Percent 0.00%
Cached Hits 224,288
Cached Hits as Percent 60.92%

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Cached Hits - Hits where the page was found in the cache of the browser, so the server did not need to transfer the file.

Cached Hits as Percent - Percentage of hits that were cached compared with the total number of hits.

Redirected Hits - Number of client requests that were redirected to other resources.

Redirected Hits as Percent - Percentage of client requests that were redirected to other resources.

Failed Hits - Number of hits where a server or client error occurred.

Failed Hits as Percent - Percentage of hits where a server or client error occurred.

Hits - A hit refers to a single action on the Web server as it appears in the log file. A visitor downloading a single file is logged as a single hit, while a visitor requesting a Web page including two images registers as three hits on the server; one hit is the request for the .html page, and two additional hits are requests for the downloaded image files. While the volume of hits is an indicator of Web server traffic, it is not an accurate reflection of how many pages are being looked at.

Successful Hits - Number of hits without errors. Optionally excludes redirected requests and cached hits.

Total Hits - Number of successful hits plus failed and redirected hits.



Use this information for a bird's-eye view of the reliability of your Web site. Many major problems can be revealed here.

 Dynamic Pages & Forms Errors Help Help Card

This page shows the number of successful form submissions and dynamic pages served compared to the number that failed.

Dynamic Pages & Forms Errors
Type
Hits
% of Total
Failed Forms 14 15.38%
Successful Forms 77 84.61%
Total 91 100.00%

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Hits - Number of hits that failed or were successful. A hit refers to a single action on the Web server as it appears in the log file. A visitor downloading a single file is logged as a single hit, while a visitor requesting a Web page including two images registers as three hits on the server; one hit is the request for the .html page, and the two additional hits are requests for the downloaded image files. While the volume of hits is an indicator of Web server traffic, it is not an accurate reflection of how many pages are being looked at.

Type - Indicates whether or not hits failed or were successful.

% - Percentage of hits that failed or were successful.



This page helps determine the reliability of your site.

 Client Errors Help Help Card

This page identifies the error codes from the browsers accessing your server.

Client Errors
Error
Hits
% of Failed Hits
404 Page or File Not Found
    STRWEB01 1,347 70.04%
    STRFTP 0 0.00%
426 Unknown Client Error Code
    STRWEB01 0 0.00%
    STRFTP 546 28.39%
425 Unknown Client Error Code
    STRWEB01 0 0.00%
    STRFTP 16 0.83%
403 Forbidden Access
    STRWEB01 7 0.36%
    STRFTP 0 0.00%
405 Method Not Allowed
    STRWEB01 4 0.20%
    STRFTP 0 0.00%
406 Not Acceptable
    STRWEB01 2 0.10%
    STRFTP 0 0.00%
400 Bad Request
    STRWEB01 1 0.05%
    STRFTP 0 0.00%
Total 1,923 100.00%

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Client Errors - An error caused by a problem on your visitor's end of the Web site connection. The server is not responsible for client errors.

Error - Name of the page that displays an error message. Usually, the names of these pages describe the error. Also, if you have more than one server, this column shows you how many errors of the specified type occurred on each server.

Hits - Number of failed hits described in the Errors column. A hit refers to a single action on the Web server as it appears in the log file. A visitor downloading a single file is logged as a single hit, while a visitor requesting a Web page including two images registers as three hits on the server; one hit is the request for the .html page, and the two additional hits are requests for the downloaded image files. While the volume of hits is an indicator of Web server traffic, it is not an accurate reflection of how many pages are being looked at.

% - Percentage of failed hits that were of the specified error type.



Use this page to determine what maintenance is necessary.

 Page Not Found (404) Errors Help Help Card

This section identifies pages that returned "Page Not Found" (404) errors on the server.

Page Not Found (404) Errors
Target URL and Referrer
Hits
% of 404 Hits
/robots.txt
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 492 36.52%
/maxmusic/123-6.wma
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 99 7.34%
/maxmusic/spin2k1.wma
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 98 7.27%
/maxmusic/bulf124-b.wma
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 95 7.05%
/Bkgnd/sandy.jpg
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 53 3.93%
/files/insider.htm
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 32 2.37%
/midi/rsnake.mid
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 28 2.07%
/legal.htm
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 16 1.18%
/winnt/system32/cmd.exe?/c+ dir+c:\
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 14 1.03%
/files/pcmarina.htm
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 12 0.89%
/files/images/pic1.jpg
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 12 0.89%
/files/images/str_s_.jpg
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 12 0.89%
/files/images/win2003.jpg
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 10 0.74%
/files/images/gavel.jpg
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 10 0.74%
/files/images/ 9Series_LogoGraphicNoLN.jpg
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 10 0.74%
/files/images/DAVID_s.jpg
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 10 0.74%
/maxmusic/185-2.wma
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 8 0.59%
/grafx/enve.gif
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 8 0.59%
/scripts/nsiislog.dll
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 8 0.59%
/grafx/ie_animated.gif
(no referrer)
    STRWEB01 8 0.59%
Total for Pages Above 1,035 76.83%

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This section identifies pages that returned "Page Not Found" (404) errors on the server.
Tip: To focus your report, consider using the Return Code filter for including or excluding return code data.


This can be useful in identifying referring pages that are out of date and for identifying inconsistencies in the site structure.

 Server Errors Help Help Card

This page lists the errors which occurred on the server.

Server Errors
Error
Hits
% of Total
550 Unknown Server Error Code
    STRWEB01 0 0.00%
    STRFTP 265 96.71%
502 Temporarily Overloaded
    STRWEB01 4 1.45%
    STRFTP 0 0.00%
500 Internal Error
    STRWEB01 5 1.82%
    STRFTP 0 0.00%
Total 274 100.00%

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Server Errors - An error caused by a problem on your server.

Error - Name of the page that displays an error message. Usually, the names of these pages describe the error. Also, if you have more than one server, this column shows you how many errors of the specified type occurred on each server.

Hits - Number of failed hits described in the Error column. A hit refers to a single action on the Web server as it appears in the log file. A visitor downloading a single file is logged as a single hit, while a visitor requesting a Web page including two images registers as three hits on the server; one hit is the request for the .html page, and the two additional hits are requests for the downloaded image files. While the volume of hits is an indicator of Web server traffic, it is not an accurate reflection of how many pages are being looked at.

% - Percentage of failed hits that were of the specified error type.



Use this page to determine what maintenance is necessary.

 Server (500 Series) Errors Detail Help Help Card

This section identifies pages that returned 500-series errors on the server.

Server (500 Series) Errors Detail
Error Code, Timestamp and URL
Occurrences
% of 5xx Errors
502     11/02/2003 04:37:03
/cgi-bin/FormMail.cgi
    STRWEB01 2 22.22%
502     11/02/2003 04:37:03
/cgi-bin/formmail2.cgi
    STRWEB01 2 22.22%
500     11/09/2003 04:44:17
/_vti_bin/..\..\..\..\..\../ winnt/system32/cmd.exe?/c+dir+c: \
    STRWEB01 1 11.11%
500     11/09/2003 04:44:19
/_vti_bin/..\..\..\..\..\../ winnt/system32/cmd.exe?/c+dir+c: \
    STRWEB01 1 11.11%
500     11/09/2003 04:44:21
/_vti_bin/..\..\..\..\..\../ winnt/system32/cmd.exe?/c+dir+c: \
    STRWEB01 1 11.11%
500     11/09/2003 04:44:22
/_vti_bin/..\..\..\..\..\../ winnt/system32/cmd.exe?/c+dir+c: \
    STRWEB01 1 11.11%
500     11/09/2003 04:44:32
/_vti_bin/..\../..\../..\../ winnt/system32/cmd.exe?/c+dir+c: \
    STRWEB01 1 11.11%
Total for Errors Above 9 100.00%

Server (500 Series) Errors Detail - Help Card Start of Chapter

This section identifies pages that returned 500-series errors on the server.
Tip: To focus your report, consider using the Return Code filter for including or excluding return code data.


This can be useful in identifying pages that cause server errors or other failures in the server.

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