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Apache access.log - how fast are we?

Brian Tolstrup
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Joined: Oct 15, 2002
Posts: 17
Hey

I am trying to find out how fast a given action on the server is ... For that I would like to use the Apache access.log to see how long time a request is.

But I do not know is the timestamp in the log is based on the following condition:
The time spand from the first bit of the request hits the server until the last bit of the repsons is sent -
or
the time is from the last bit of the request is on the server(and the server then can handle the request) until the last bit of the response is sent
or
the time is from the entire request is on the server(and the process can begin) and until the first bit of the respons is sent.

In my case there can be some real difference based on this, because some of my users used a slow connection and have some large request's because of large attacments inn the request.

I hope someone can help or guide me in the direction of some documentation which describe this arear.

Regards
Brian Tolstrup

P.s. hope everyone can understand my english


Regards<br />Brian Tolstrup<br />Developer
 
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