Tomcat access logs offer 2 variables for processing time:
%D - Time taken to process the request, in millis
%T - Time taken to process the request, in seconds
Unfortunately, I don't see AWStats using this information. Wouldn't it be useful to see the top n pages that take the most average time?
According to: http://www.antezeta.com/awstats.html#exlim
"No graphs are produced." for ExtraSections.
Graphs aside... I need to be able to sort at least. I can build an ExtraSection for time taken, but how can I sort that to see the top x pages?
Calculations are another issue... Ideally, I want to be able to take the average time for the page, but "Calculated fields, such as summing the bandwidth used for a particular file, is not supported."
I want to do this with my apache logs. I think you can use the extras section to create a graph that shows this. However I'm not sure on the specific way to do it. I was thinking about also perhaps taking the data and creating some custom rrdtool based graphs to graphing the average amount of time it takes to generate certain pages.
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