Once again the view counter has reached a vaguely significant number – some time overnight the figure crept past 3,500,000. So it’s time to have a little review to see what’s been popular and how things have changed in the 10 months it took to accumulate 500,000 views. Sitting in the lounge at Edinburgh airport I’ve now transcribed some of the WordPress stats.
All time ratings
|AWR / Statspack||69,599||Updated from time to time|
|NOT IN||46,668||February 2007|
|Cartesian Merge Join||36,456||December 2006|
|dbms_xplan in 10g||36,020||November 2006|
|Analysing Statspack (1)||27,879||November 2006|
Ratings over the last year
|AWR / Statspack||14,638||Updated from time to time|
|AWR Reports||9,937||February 2011|
|Shrink Tablespace||8,423||February 2010|
|NOT IN||7,125||February 2007|
|Lock Modes||6,025||June 2010|
The figures for the previous half million views (opens in a new window) are roughly similar for most of the top 5, although last year had a big spike for the “Oracle Core” page which has had only 4,781 views this year, and there’s a marked drop in the popularity of the “AWR/Statspack” menu.
The number of followers has gone up from about 1,200 to about 2,500 in that time, but I suspect that about 1,000 of the difference is due to twitter and double-counting.