BCaching Stats

It’s been a while since I reported any bcaching statistics so here’s a quick update.

  • There are about 180 active users.
  • There are about 150 pocket queries processed PER DAY.
  • The database has grown to about 2.2 GB but does not seem to be growing as quickly as it has been. Since user growth has been steady that probably means there has been less increase in users from new areas. For the most part new users are uploading data for regions that are already in the database.
  • About 500,000 ACTIVE caches.
  • Over 4,000,000 logs.

From what I’ve seen, the web site has continued to be reasonably responsive despite the increase in users and data. In the past week there have been about 2200 mobile view requests. 88% of them took less than one second with the average about 0.25 seconds. Only 3% of the requests took 5 seconds or more.

Over the past week, the majority of mobile device traffic (about 70%) comes from almost every flavor of BlackBerry with OS versions 4.5, 4.6, 4.7, and 5.0 with an occassional 4.2.

Meanwhile Android usage is growing (22%) from Android 1.5 (HTC Hero), 1.6 (T-Mobile G1), and 2.0 (Motorola Droid).

Keep on caching đŸ™‚


2 comments so far

  1. Erik on

    Thanks for doing this! I just found this website, and it is making caching so much easier!!! THANKS!!!

  2. Robert on

    This site is great! I used it yesterday and it’s so much easier to download a gpx file with just a few caches near me… Makes my cacheberry software run MUCH faster. Thanks again!

    I’d love to see some more recent status about membership and performance.

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