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W3C navigation timing problem - agent 362 WPT Server r1936 - ash - 07-16-2013 12:40 AM

Hi,

I have problem with scripted scenario that is run with IE9.

combineSteps
navigate https://some.domain/someURI/aaa.aspx
setValue id=userid myID
clickAndWait id=sign_in_button
waitforComplete


I got following results:

[Image: 23v.png]

The waterfall of course is broken because of such values.

For simpler tests results seem to be measured properly.[/quote]


RE: W3C navigation timing problem - agent 362 WPT Server r1936 - ash - 07-16-2013 05:28 PM

I investigated this problem deeper and it seems that it reveals for all my IE9 agents. In every test i get always the same values for domContentLoaded and loadEvent (same between tests).

The problem is present also for non-scripted tests. Opposite to what I wrote before.

Below is example of the affected waterfall chart, but for stripview waterfall charts are drawn proporly.

[Image: qrsp.png]

The wrong values (2147483647) in binary notations are 1111111111111111111111111111111

It may help to investigate what is wrong.


RE: W3C navigation timing problem - agent 362 WPT Server r1936 - pmeenan - 07-16-2013 11:44 PM

You may need to update the server-side page_data.inc code which filters out bogus timing data if it sees it (usually negative values that are converted to unsigned or something like that).

This change specifically: https://github.com/WPO-Foundation/webpagetest/commit/635a9ac28ef4d2238c939c7e53a6a208ec8bb7e0


RE: W3C navigation timing problem - agent 362 WPT Server r1936 - ash - 07-17-2013 09:24 AM

Has the source code been moved to github?

I usually upgrade my WPT server with svn update so probably this is why I have outdated version.


RE: W3C navigation timing problem - agent 362 WPT Server r1936 - pmeenan - 07-17-2013 10:18 AM

Yes. You should be able to rename the current directory, git clone to the old directory name, copy the config files over and move the results folder over.

Sorry about that - I couldn't find a cleaner way to do it. I did leave the old code on SVN to prevent accidentally wiping out someone's server in case they did an update so it is a little more confusing than it would normally have to be.


RE: W3C navigation timing problem - agent 362 WPT Server r1936 - ash - 07-17-2013 10:17 PM

Thanks Patrick for your support. It seems that my issue is solved now.