I am trying to get up to speed on webserver logging and reponse times. - - [30/Sep/2013:15:00:09 +0100] "POST /myapplication HTTP/1.1" 200 120529
What is the 120529 time in seconds. Are these miliseconds? I presume this would be quite a slow reponse time
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Most definitely! In milliseconds that would be a full 2 minutes.

Luckily, it's neither -- it's the size of the returned page (or element, or image, etc.) in bytes.

If you are looking to do response times then I would highly recommend New Relic. They have a free tier, but it would require that you have your own server with root access. They can time just about anything, from the application layer through the web server through to the browser load time.



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Sid_FAuthor Commented:
Excellent thank you
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