I was doing a load test and found that the "server response time" for a baseline clone operations of 30 MB repo is not constant.
Clone time detail Before load Test :
time git clone ssh://email@example.com:7999/project1/loadtest_repo.git
Cloning into 'loadtest_repo...
remote: Enumerating objects: 26260, done.
remote: Counting objects: 100% (26260/26260), done.
remote: Compressing objects: 100% (9024/9024), done.
remote: Total 26260 (delta 17450), reused 24565 (delta 16555)/s
Receiving objects: 100% (26260/26260), 29.16 MiB | 188.00 KiB/s, done.
Resolving deltas: 100% (17450/17450), done.
real 2m43.301s user 0m1.829s sys 0m1.306s
The clone time was 2m43 Sec ( on User Laptop)
The server response time was 135957 (2.26 m)
172.19.x.x | ssh | o*CVW0H6x1000x18849x15 | ravrao | 2020-04-02 16:42:23,265 | SSH - git-upload-pack '/project1/loadtest_repo.git' | "SSH-2.0-OpenSSH_7.9" | 0 | 4973 | 30623556 | cache:miss, clone, protocol:1, ssh:user:id:18160 | 135957 | 1j0141y |
in above log trace 135957 is the server response time, this value will be printed only after "Receiving objects: 100% " step completed at the client /user end.
My observation is if the client download speed decrease , the total clone time /server response Time increases.
is that mean, the server response time also considers client n/w bandwidth and then prints the time take to complete the clone operation?
Server Response time means only server internal process time OR the time taken to process the objects + delivering the objects to the enduser request and then prints the server response time?
is Server Response time workflow to prints the value in application log is same for HTTPS & SSH?
can someone share the documents on "Server Response time" available in tomcat /BB application log.
Thanks & Regards,
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