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Re: Re: Transaction time for LWP::UserAgent GET

by c (Hermit)
on Jul 25, 2003 at 17:12 UTC ( #277912=note: print w/replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Re: Transaction time for LWP::UserAgent GET
in thread Transaction time for LWP::UserAgent GET

Liz, The example in my post, was just that, an example and certainly not meant to be taken as production code. The URL provided in the message was a placeholder in order to not reveal the actual domain that I'll be testing against.

The purpose of the script is to pull the same website over the course of a day from various locations across several NSP backbones to graph and compare latency at various points of the day.

I understand your frustration with sluggish websites and having to wait for information on the internet, but I don't appreciate the character judgement you're making without any investigation. If you have a suggestion or a comment to make, please take it offline and keep this off of a forum like this. The only reason I post this publicly is to offer a bit of personal defense.

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Re: Re: Re: Transaction time for LWP::UserAgent GET
by liz (Monsignor) on Jul 25, 2003 at 21:42 UTC
    ...The purpose of the script is to pull the same website over the course of a day from various locations across several NSP backbones to graph and compare latency at various points of the day...

    Wish you had said this in the first place.

    I'm glad you're not working on a "stupid slurper". ;-)

    And if I offended you, I hereby apologize. It's just that your initial description hit a nerve. I'm glad mod_perl 2 allows you to break a connection before it is actually completely set up.

    Liz

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