<userstats $REMOTE_ADDR [license|user]>
Returns access statistics for the user
dotted-decimal IP address.
The first argument is normally
$REMOTE_ADDR, i.e. the current
remote host. In this case, the average number of accesses per minute
by that user is returned; this count is reset if the user is idle more
than a minute. If the first argument is the empty string, then the
number of users in the last minute is returned. If the first argument
high", then the highest number of users ever seen, since
initialization (machine boot), is returned.
The optional second argument determines which set of statistics are
user" (the default) queries hits logged with
license" queries the license statistics,
i.e. every Vortex usage.
userstats returns the (integer) number of accesses by the
given user in the last minute, or the current or highest number of
license gives builtin stats,
stats logged by
<IF $ret gt 20>
You're accessing this server too fast. Please slow down. <BR>
<flush><sleep 10> <!-- slow 'em down -->
userstats function was added Oct. 10 1996. In version
2.1.882170000 19971215 and later the first parameter is required to
be an IP address, and the second argument is accepted.