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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Sum of nested latency
Date Thu, 29 May 2008 17:21:35 GMT
On 29/05/2008, Pieter Ennes <lists@spam.ennes.net> wrote:
> Hi sebb,
>
>
>  sebb wrote:
>  >>  > I assume the latency should be saved from the first child, as that was
>  >>  > the first response?
>  >>
>  >>
>  >> I'd say it should be the sum of the two childs, as the behaviour of 'lt'
>  >>  then matches 't'.
>  >>
>  >
>  > Latency = time to first response.
>  >
>  > I don't think it makes sense to add latencies - likewise one does not
>  > add minima or maxima.
>
>
> Ah... unfortunately for us, in that way it will not be of any use here,
>  but I can see how this makes sense too.
>
>  Still we would find it very strange if 'lt' was handled differently from
>  both 't' and 'by'. In a sense, the parent container is not a real
>  request anyway, right?
>
>  Additionally, the latency sometimes can be also be viewed as a
>  'processing time' in which case it might make sense to do the sum, as
>  both pages require processing time in an equal way.

Latency is not the same as processing time.
It is time to first response, which includes the network time.

>  Any thoughts on this?
>
> --
>
>  - Pieter
>
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