I was curious the traffic numbers served by IIS 7.0 since I migrated last summer. Here is the raw totals. Granted this includes spiders, bots and search engine indexes. This is pretty cool considering it is running on a desktop with 512 MB of RAM and hooked up to an DSL line. When I ran build 5600, it was up for 149 days without a reboot, the only reason I rebooted was I messing around with Remote Management. Since then, I’ve upgraded to Beta3 and have not rebooted. The current uptime is almost 74 days. For a beta OS, that is 223 days of uptime with 2 reboots, one to correct a mistake I did and one to rebuild the box. RTM should be pretty solid.
PS: I ran Beta 2 for awhile before upgrading to build 5600.
This is the stats for www.IISLogs.com between 8/1/06 and 7/21/07
Page Views – 245,624
Raw Visits – 164,809
Total Hits – 709,575
Total Bandwidth – 9,880,017
Numbers of downloads.
2,910 (841 was IISLogsLite 2.0)
Happy IIS 7.0!