Top 10 subjects comp.unix.admin

Top 10 subjects comp.unix.admin

Post by Heiner Steve » Tue, 15 Jul 2003 07:02:05



Top 10 subjects for the 7 day period ending Monday July 14, 2003.

posts kbytes   subject
 11     20.8   unix command to delete parts of a file
  8     16.5   How to enforce disk quotas for MySQL users?
  8     14.2   Converting unix shell scripts to dos batch files
  7     10.5   About files and dates... I need HELP
  6     13.5   Sorry, but any ideas fo a final-year uni project?
  5      9.6   How to setenv in script?
  5      8.8   64-bit Sparc laptop
  4      7.9   rcp error .. cant work...
  4      7.5   Printing Ascii files via lpr
  4      6.0   How to tighten UNIX security

100 articles on 28 subjects
  75 were followups (75.0%)
  27 were crossposts (27.0%)

178.0 kbytes total
  headers:         85.3kb   47.9%
  quoted text:     31.2kb   17.5%
  original text:   55.4kb   31.1%
  signatures:       6.1kb    3.4%

Averages:
  3.6 articles / subject
  1.8 kbytes / article
  6.4 kbytes / subject
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1. Top 10 subjects comp.unix.admin

Top 10 subjects for the 7 day period ending Monday October 28, 2002.

posts kbytes   subject
 19     48.0   UREGENT: Directory missing on Solaris 8
  7     10.7   Recover from renaming /usr to /usr.old
  6     14.3   Establishing and Administering Multi-O.S. Network
  6      9.7   Fuck I'm Dense!!
  4      7.6   What happened to this newsgroup?
  4      6.8   Problem of tape driver
  4      6.2   Is T3 and T3+ partner group ok?
  3      6.6   Rev Kool
  3      4.4   The Sed Editor, a Question
  3      3.5   This is real Urgent

95 articles on 38 subjects
  61 were followups (64.2%)
  33 were crossposts (34.7%)

173.9 kbytes total
  headers:         88.3kb   50.8%
  quoted text:     39.4kb   22.7%
  original text:   38.3kb   22.0%
  signatures:       7.9kb    4.5%

Averages:
  2.5 articles / subject
  1.8 kbytes / article
  4.6 kbytes / subject
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Your UNIX shell scripting resource: Heiner's SHELLdorado
http://www.shelldorado.com/

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