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03-16-2016, 06:38 PM
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RE: "Sorry, your test has been blocked. Please contact us if you have any questio...
But warming up the cache in a realistic way is the main reason for doing many navigates in a single script (even more realistic would be to navigate via exec/execAndWait and javascript). It can make a huge difference to load the same page after just one other page than after a couple of pages. Pat is really good in clearing all the browser and os caches before first view so first pages in the script really have a hard time Wink

If you measure different (maybe longer) customer journeys with WebPagetest you will be able to load all of your important page types as entry pages and as follow up pages with a browser cache filled in a realistic way. Using OpenSpeedMonitor you can calculate a customer satisfaction index (CSI) representing all the measured page types weigted according to the weight you give them (see Weights CSI page here).
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RE: "Sorry, your test has been blocked. Please contact us if you have any questio... - nilskuhn - 03-16-2016 06:38 PM

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