Apologies for top-posting but I didn't get your reply via email, and
only noticed it on the ML archives.
To answer your question, the appliances have just gone live few days
ago, so I am not expecting to find anything meaningful in the past 30 days.
That said I would be interested to know the download stats for the
appliances and the packages below:
Do you think the above could be possible?
I am wondering, is it easy enough to have something running monthly to
extrapolate this sort of information?
It would be really cool if it could be made generic enough and become an
useful tool for release managers and developers. What do you think?
Thanks again for any help on this!!!
On 3/5/20 2:08 PM, Marco Varlese wrote:
I have a question about download.o.o statistics.
So the question is: Is there anyway for our current environment to know
how many times *any* file is being downloaded?
I am asking because I have created some ad-hoc virtual-machine
appliances and it would be very beneficial to know how many times an
appliance gets downloaded (and if possible dissect "new comers" vs
The appliances live in one of the following folders, depending whether
it is for Leap15.2 or Tumbleweed:
and the file names follow the following convention:
Beside, in general I would think that even knowing how many times RPMs
are being downloaded (via zypper) could be beneficial to understand
better end-users needs/trends.
Is there anything that could be extrapolated from logs/metrics for
statistics purposes as per my initial question?
Thank you for your consideration.
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