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Re: domain-in-a-box statistics (was myhostname etc.)

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  • Wietse Venema
    ... So, that should be 2589 of 3755. It does not change the conclusion that domain in a host is dominant with web but not with email, in the sample of
    Message 1 of 23 , May 30, 2009
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      Darren Pilgrim:
      > Wietse Venema wrote:
      > > Wietse Venema:
      > >> Darren Pilgrim:
      > >>> Wietse Venema wrote:
      > >>>> The "domain in a host" approach appears to be more common with web
      > >>>> services: 3346 of 3755 domains used the same IP addresses for the
      > >>>> domain itself as for web services (http://www.domain). I had
      > >>>> expected a larger number here.
      > >>>> Number of domains = 3755
      > >>>> with A records = 3147 (following CNAME)
      > >>>> with www.domain A records = 3346 (following CNAME)
      > >>>> with A records == www.domain A records = 2589
      > >>> Umm... those two sections don't seem to match. How do you conclude 3346
      > >>> have domain A == www.domain A, then state there are only 3147 with
      > >>> domain A and 2589 with domain A == www.domain A?
      > >
      > > I think I have found where the confusion is.
      > >
      > > 3346 domains have www.domain A records.
      > >
      > > NOT: 3346 have domain A == www.domain A as you wrote above.
      >
      > But that's what you said:
      >
      > "The "domain in a host" approach appears to be more common with web
      > services: 3346 of 3755 domains used the same IP addresses for the domain
      > itself as for web services (http://www.domain)."

      So, that should be 2589 of 3755. It does not change the conclusion
      that "domain in a host" is dominant with web but not with email,
      in the sample of domains from postfix/securityfocus/freebsd/php
      mailing lists over the past 1.5 years.

      Wietse
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