Time Test

Hi All

Does anyone know how to get the exact time it takes to open a ticket
and the exact time it takes to get to the window after clicking the
Reply button on a ticket.

I tried to use

:~$ time wget --http-user=test --http-passwd=pass
"http://rt3.example.com/Ticket/Display.html?id=263409"

to time the ticket open time on my solaris box, but that did not work.

I have two Sun V20z with the same RT3 running. One on Solaris and the
other one on Fedora. And I am trying to compare the time to open a
ticket and time to get the to the Reply window.

I saw something similar to the wget syntax, above, sometime last year
in this mailing list. But I can’t seem to find it now

Thanks for any help with that

Asif Iqbal
PGP Key: 0xE62693C5 KeyServer: pgp.mit.edu

How about if I like to do the test on say 500 tickets one at a time in
a loop? I am doin g it to collect the times and do an average and show
the time outputs to my boss to justify buying a new Sun system

ThanksOn Fri, 01 Oct 2004 17:17:33 +0200, Pierre Blanchet pierre.blanchet@solsoft.com wrote:

On October 1 2004 at 10:47, Asif Iqbal vadud3@gmail.com wrote:

Hi All

Does anyone know how to get the exact time it takes to open a ticket
and the exact time it takes to get to the window after clicking the
Reply button on a ticket.

I tried to use

:~$ time wget --http-user=test --http-passwd=pass
"http://rt3.example.com/Ticket/Display.html?id=263409"

to time the ticket open time on my solaris box, but that did not work.

    Append &Debug=1 at the end of your URL and use a standard

browser. RT itself will tell you how long it takes to display the
ticket.

    Regards,

    Pierre.

Asif Iqbal
PGP Key: 0xE62693C5 KeyServer: pgp.mit.edu

Hello.
Script scan cubic’s tickets and calculate total content length(some
useless action, but give some numbers).
Do one walk before benchmark to fill in caches then results should be
better then in real situation cause cache is filled with best(for
request) data very rare.

This test case is “equivalent”(very simplified) of seeing all histories
of cubic’s tickets.

Script most useful when you want to know differences. For example I can
say that with new DBIx::SearchBuilder I can expect 10%-15% speed up on
any RT pages.

			Best regards. Ruslan.

Asif Iqbal wrote:

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