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[root@tuxmachines stats]# grep -A 1 'Total Hits' *.html | grep COLSPAN | cut -c 64-70

Gives a list of hits (October 30th 2005-January 25th 2014). Piping it into a calculator gives a sum of 377 million hits from which the above was generated using 'animate ctry_usage_20*'.

A lot of "unresolved". If you

A lot of "unresolved". If you still have the logs, run them through GeoIP. You can use http://www.stedee.id.au/awffull/ instead of webalizer.

No logs

We did not retain old logs (and that's a good thing). In fact, we no longer generate any statistics (even internally), either.

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