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Web Survey by IP
Web server surveys have been around for a long time. One of the problems with running a survey is how to produce meaningful results given the number of choices with the collection and reporting methodologies. Some examples:
This particular report addresses this in part by counting unique IP addresses in an attempt at answering the question of how many installations of a particular server might exist. By using the IP address as a proxy for the physical hardware on which a server is running, we still need to be aware that it is not a perfect 1 to 1 mapping:
While not a perfect solution, we feel that counting web servers by IP will give a much closer view of the number of server installs for a given technology.
Click any server to see detailed graphs and histories.
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Note: Readers are cautioned that the Growth percentages are based on a server's market share penetration rather than the absolute number of servers we detected. Thus, it is possible for the number of servers to increase, while the growth is actually a negative value.