Articles per day received from each feed


USENET is a network of servers that exchange messages posted by users. Each host is connected to a number of other servers, called its 'peers', and sends them all the posts it receives from local clients and remote peers.
The charts below show how many articles and bytes have been transferred from each peer to this server during the last year. Since this kind of data only provide long-term information, graphs with a smaller time scale are not provided.
These charts do not show how many messages have been posted by users of each server and their size but they only indicate how many messages and bytes this site has received from each of its peers. Since the articles can have a different weight in bytes, there is no direct correlation between the number of articles and the amount of data transferred and for this reason two different chats are provided, one for articles and another for bytes.
This page provides data that is probably only useful for news server administrators, but users can read it to satisfy their curiosity.



Number of articles received from each peer



Number of articles received from each peer