INTERNET HÉBERGE PLUS D’UN MILLIARD DE PAGES

INTERNET HéBERGE PLUS D’UN MILLIARD DE PAGES

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Inktomi <http://www.inktomi.com/webmap>:
Web Passes Billion Page Mark Jan
31 2000: There are now more than one billion unique documents on the
Internet, according to Inktomi and the NEC Research Institute. The total
number of servers indexed by Inktomi was 6,409,521. Mirror servers accounted
for 1,457,946 of these so the total number of unique servers was 4,951,247.
Of these, 733,923 were unreachable over a ten-day period. Slightly more
than 60 percent of servers are configured on Apache, while a quarter run on
Microsoft IIS and 3.79 percent on Netscape-Enterprise. Fifteen other types
of server share the rest of the market. Nearly 55 percent of URLs end in
.com, while 7.82 percent have the TLD net. .edu is the third most common
TLD, with 6.69 percent of Web pages. 4.35 percent of addresses end in .org,
1.15 percent end in .gov and 0.17 percent end in .mil. Unsurprisingly,
Inktomi found that 86.55 percent of Web documents are in English. French
pages constitute 2.36 percent of the total while only 0.54 percent of all
Web pages are in Dutch.

Texte transmis par notre correspondant Daniel A. Duclos d.duclos@sympatico.ca