Mark Kane wrote:
> On Mon, Aug 07, 2006, at 00:42:27 -0300, Marc G. Fournier wrote:
>> I've now committed v2.0 of the 300.statistics periodic script ...
>> this one adds the device reporting that we'd talked about previously,
>> and the summary reports now reflect the driver(s) in use for those
>> deciding to report ...
> Great project idea, and glad to see it's growing :). Every time I
> refresh the page to check a host I add, I see several more since the
> last refresh just a few minutes before. The new percentage display added
> in the last few minutes is nice too.
> I haven't followed the whole thread so I'm not sure if this has been
> suggested yet or not, but my idea would be to make another table
> of just the major releases. Like an easy view on who's running
> 6.1-RELEASE regardless of patch numbers, or 5.5-RELEASE, or
> 4.11-RELEASE, just so people can get a quick idea on who's running
> which releases without having to look through every one including
> patch levels (kind of a quick summary). Or maybe even numbers and
> percentages for "4.x", vs "5.x", vs "6.x", etc, and another table for
> "i386", "amd64", "sparc64", etc, so companies providing drivers or
> closed source binaries can quickly see the numbers for those.
> Just an idea :)
Just my .02 worth - that Sparc64 listing .... Is mine
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