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This statistics by drupal statistics module, first I thought it could be bug in the module but when I downloaded the raw logs and checked myserver stats
I got this

17930 23.03% Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Googlebot/2.1;
5615 7.21% msnbot/1.0 (+
2798 3.59% Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; Yahoo! Slurp;
2744 3.52% Googlebot/2.1 (+
1245 1.60% Mozilla/2.0 (compatible; Ask Jeeves/Teoma)

so I had to apply rough optimization on apache, mysql, php to keep server breathing

and finally I'm watching the floods via tcpdump and I'm really enjoying it

[tags] personal, blog, mini, slashdotted[/tags]


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