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Retrieve unique values in a table and rank by number of times they occur

Posted on 2011-03-05
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We have a table recording hits on our web site. How could we write a query to retrieve unique IP addresses AND. The number of times each IP address occurs?

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SELECT ip_address, COUNT(*) AS Times_Hit
FROM myHitTable
GROUP BY ip_address
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SELECT ip_address,COUNT(ip_address) AS cnt
FROM table_name
GROUP BY ip_address
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Thanks, both solutions  worked a treat
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