TFS Usage Statistics



Stats on out TFS Instance. Not much but growing.

Recent users: 18
Users with assigned work items: 27
Version control users: 36

Work Items
Work Items: 636
Areas & Iterations: 179
Work item versions: 5,642
Attached files: 46
Queries: 150

Version control
Files: 96,904
Folders: 11,442
Total compressed file size: 1,008 MB
Checkins: 15,491
Shelvesets: 10
Merge history: 194,903
Pending changes: 128
Workspaces: 75
Local copies: 506,097

Builds & Tests
Builds: 5
Test runs: 0
Test results: 0

Commands (last 7 days)
Work Item queries: 319
Work Item updates: 187
Work Item opens: 709
Gets: 264
Downloads: 119,871
Checkins: 98
Uploads: 454
Shelves: unknown

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