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Calculating transfer rate and response time using java

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I want to calculate the transfer rate and response time of a server using java and ssh connection.The server operating system is Linux.
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You need to collect metrics in your application - take a look at:

http://builder.com.com/5100-6387-1045673.html

You'll need to log the time stamps when you make a connection, receive the data, close the connection and the volume of data received. You can log it to a CSV file and compare the metrics later.
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