Re: cURL Timings
Date: Fri, 7 Feb 2003 14:21:18 +0100 (CET)
On Wed, 5 Feb 2003, Rose, Phil wrote:
> I'm new to the world of these mailing list so apologies for lack of
I'm sure you'll do OK.
> I've looked at the cURL library code and think CURLINFO_TOTAL_TIME does
> include connect time but would be grateful if someone would confirm this.
> However this seems to contradict the most recent man page...
> Pass a pointer to a double to receive the total
> transaction time in seconds for the previous trans-
> fer. This time does not include the connect time, so
> if you want the complete operation time, you should
> add the CURLINFO_CONNECT_TIME.
TOTAL_TIME does _not_ include the connect time. The man page info is correct.
> So can I assume the actual file transfer time is CURLINFO_TOTAL_TIME -
> CURLINFO_STARTTRANSFER_TIME ?
No, CURLINFO_TOTAL_TIME is the actual transfer time.
> However we are using an older version of the library 7.9.3 which I think
> which does not do redirect timing?? which begs the following question....
> I don't think any of the connect time, pre transfer time etc include the
> redirect but the overall CURLINFO_TOTAL_TIME does? Therefore how do you the
> actual transfer time with this version of the code?
I don't remember and I have no energy to go digging around in versions that
are more than one year old by now.
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