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I'm experimenting with moving my WPT agents from windows to Linux but have encountered a potential blocker. Some pages are now showing fully loaded times of 30+ seconds when they were consistently ~ 3 seconds. The waterfalls show no network activity during the delay. The result is that test execution times have skyrocketed and agent throughput has tanked. Is this an issue with Chrome on Linux? Is there a way I can tell WPT to not wait so long? There is an API parameter to stop the test at document complete, but this is too soon.
(08-12-2017 06:20 AM)cpk Wrote: [ -> ]I'm experimenting with moving my WPT agents from windows to Linux but have encountered a potential blocker. Some pages are now showing fully loaded times of 30+ seconds when they were consistently ~ 3 seconds. The waterfalls show no network activity during the delay. The result is that test execution times have skyrocketed and agent throughput has tanked. Is this an issue with Chrome on Linux? Is there a way I can tell WPT to not wait so long? There is an API parameter to stop the test at document complete, but this is too soon.

Is it something you can reproduce on the Dulles Linux location? If so I can take a look and see what is going on (and fix it).
(08-15-2017 03:24 AM)cpk Wrote: [ -> ]Here is a repro
http://www.webpagetest.org/result/170814...07a93dd0c/

Were you able to look at this? Is there anything else I can provide?
(08-17-2017 03:11 AM)cpk Wrote: [ -> ]
(08-15-2017 03:24 AM)cpk Wrote: [ -> ]Here is a repro
http://www.webpagetest.org/result/170814...07a93dd0c/

Were you able to look at this? Is there anything else I can provide?

I'm out of town until Monday so probably won't get a chance to look until then.
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