Bandwidth

Once in a while I put a song in the Jukebox. Some songs are popular, others won’t be downloaded at all. That’s your choice. Today I put a file in the box of which I was sure that it would be popular. Why? Because the famous Boing Boing links to it.

And while I have enough bandwidth left for this month, I had no idea what to expect. 10 downloads? 100 downloads? 1000 downloads? More? In such a case, it is wise to monitor the traffic.

At this moment the file has been downloaded 170 times and has generated 835 Mb traffic on a little bit more than two hours:

Bandwidth for music.braintags.com on 29/12/2004If the downloads stay at this level, I can easily keep on sharing the file; but you never know what to expect when America gets active the next hours. I will keep on monitoring…

[Update 2004.12.30]: The biggest peak is over, everything is quite now. The file only consumed 1,5 Gb bandwidth: Bandwidth for music.braintags.com on 29/12/2004

Jeroen Sangers @jeroensangers

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