More about DOCid's and HTTP2

Tony Sanders <>
Message-id: <9305060105.AA01715@austin.BSDI.COM>
Subject: More about DOCid's and HTTP2
In-Reply-To: Your message of Thu, 06 May 93 01:52:24 +0200.
Organization: Berkeley Software Design, Inc.
Date: Wed, 05 May 1993 20:05:45 -0500
From: Tony Sanders <>
I got this out-of-band:
> Thanks for pointing out "DOCid's" and "HTTP2".  Are there any
> documents about this in the web?  Do you have the full link names?  Is
> the topic discussed anywhere else than www-talk?  Other www-talk
> readers would probably be interested in the answers.

these talk about UDI's a little:

I couldn't find much that talks about DOCid's directly (there isn't much
because they don't exist yet :-).  Anyone know where some docs are that
talk about this?  I've seen them but couldn't find them right now.

I thought about writing a perl script that retrieves and greps http
documents from ~/.mosaic-global-history but then I realized there are over
1200 in my history file, whew.

Here are my top 5 servers (out of 101):
  68		(my server)
  81	(xmosaic)
  85		(where my server code came from)
  95		(xmosaic)
 236		(WWW HQ)

as computed by:
------- cut: server-hist --------
#!/usr/bin/perl -n
next unless /^file:/ || /^ftp:/ || /^gopher:/ || /^http:/ || /^telnet:/;
next if /\?/;		# queries don't count
s,^[^/]*//,,; s,[:/].*,,; s,\.$,,; y/A-Z/a-z/; print;
server-hist ~/.mosaic-global-history | sort | uniq -c | sort -n | tail -5

Someone should make a server where you can mail your .mosaic-global-history
file and it will munge it into some stats that we can view on the Web.