How can I log page load times and/or duration of request?

Posted on 2008-06-12
Last Modified: 2013-12-16
I'd like to be able to custom log page load times and the total duration of the request from a client. If I need to, I'll write a custom module to do so, but need to know how.

For example:
If someone hits a page:
1. I need to log how long each request took apache to deliver
Question by:randymelder
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ID: 21772015
BTW: we're running OS X... :-/
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This info is already available with Apache.

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Author Comment

ID: 21774434
what about apache 1.3.x???
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Tintin earned 250 total points
ID: 21774623
It's also available with Apache 1.3

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The solution was somewhat helpful, but did not spell out exactly how to implement. To be a complete solution, it should be precise.

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