Learn how easy it is to sync an existing GitHub or Google Code repo to a SourceForge project! See Demo
This question has been asked before, but no answers were given. So, I'm asking
again: is it possible to report the response time per hit?
I'm a software developer, so I would be able to write a plug-in or add
functionality to AWStats itself. But some advice on which direction to take
would be very much appreciated.
Hi Hippie, what kind of web server are you parsing? IIS has a TimeTaken field
that folks have written extra sections or patches for. I may be rolling this
directly into AWStats but I don't know if Apache has a similar field. Thanks!
I'm using Apache (1.3 at this moment) and this webserver does have the ability
to show response times in the logging.
See (for 1.3): http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/mod/mod_log_config.html, the %T directive
See (for 2.x): http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_log_config.html, the %T and %D
Basically: Apache 1.x has the ability to log the responsetime in seconds,
Apache 2.x adds the ability to log in milliseconds.
A small correction to hippe's statement: the %D directive logs time in
microseconds, not milliseconds.
Then some further requests: it is quite easy to add extra, custom values in
the apache log by using the "note" mechanism. This is exposed as a php
function. Logging the memory used per-page of a php app is as easy as adding
at the end of php pages the line
apache_note( 'mem_usage', memory_get_peak_usage( true ) );
and using a custom log format that includes
It would be a great thing if AWStats could create custom graphs based on this
extra value. Ex: use the url as row identifier, and counting this value insted
of number of hits, show columns min, max, average and total
Response time chart and table should be a great new feature in Awstats. Analog
for example shows a table and a graph with response time of the application :
less than 1s, 1-2s, 2-5s, 5s-10s, more than 10s for example.