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meaning of all_ms vs all_end - ovesh - 10-07-2014 02:31 PM

I am running tests programatically against a private instance of wpt, The json results include this:

Code:
"all_end": 482,
"all_ms": 228,
"all_start": "236",

How do all three relate to each other? I would have expected
Code:
all_start + all_ms = all_end
but the math doesn't work out.


RE: meaning of all_ms vs all_end - pmeenan - 10-07-2014 10:37 PM

Looks like the code for it is here: https://github.com/WPO-Foundation/webpagetest/blob/master/www/object_detail.inc#L332

Do you know if the requests in question had any dns or socket connect times? It looks like those might cause the results to change (though I still wouldn't expect it to do what you are seeing).


RE: meaning of all_ms vs all_end - ovesh - 10-08-2014 10:28 AM

(10-07-2014 10:37 PM)pmeenan Wrote:  I still wouldn't expect it to do what you are seeing

ok, I can see how this might be a bug or something ; I can let this go. I just wanted to make sure that at least my expectations are correct.