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From Nick Pellow <n...@cenqua.com>
Subject Re: The meaning of "latency" in listener sample result
Date Wed, 05 Jul 2006 22:47:13 GMT
Hi Sebb,

I have noticed in the code that latency does not get saved in the
OldSaveSampleResult..? class.

Would you be interested in a patch that added this field, and also
included it in other results (e.g. Summary, Result Tree and Graph).
It would be good to display latency as a percentage of the total time 
taken so that testers can spot
network latency problems a lot faster.

Cheers,
nick


sebb wrote:
> Start timer
> Send Request
> Wait for data
> Initial (first) response packet occurs - this is latency
> more data
> ...
> end of response
> Stop timer - this is the response time
>
> On 19/06/06, Dong Liu <edongliu@gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> I found the following from the user manual
>>
>> > lt - latency = time to initial response (ms)
>> >
>> However, it is still not so clear to me what the parameter refers to. 
>> Could
>> someone explain it in detail?
>>
>> Thanks,
>>
>> Dong
>>
>>
>
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