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From "Todd Tomkinson" <Tomkins...@C-IV.org>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Does %T in mod_log_config include network transmission to client?
Date Wed, 10 Mar 2004 16:23:16 GMT
I was thinking of the TCP acknowledgement.  Thanks for the info.


>Todd Tomkinson wrote:
>> Hello all,

>Hello.

>> 
>> I am trying to get more information on the %T LogFormat argument in the Apache 1.3
mod_log_config module.  The documentation gives the following explanation:
>> 
>> "The time taken to serve the request, in seconds."

> From my experience, I think (and I'm quite sure), it's from the first 
>bit to the last bit SENT by Apache. The client acknowlegde (which one, 
>indeed? TCP?) is not include.

>> 
>> Does this time include the network transmission to the client?  In other words, does
Apache wait for the client to acknowledge receipt of the resource before logging the transaction?
>> 
>> Any insight is appreciated.
>> 
>> Thanks,
>> 
>> -Todd


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