[clug] A script to measure time to load a web page
kgoggin at bigpond.com
Wed Mar 26 11:51:51 GMT 2008
I need to record the time it takes to load a web page at different times of
the day, for example hourly for 24 hours.
So far I have a script which spawns a browser and starts to load the web page.
But I can't make it wait until the page is fully loaded before it returns to
the calling script which reports the elapsed time.
I have no experience with bash scripting and may well be on the wrong track so
any help would be much appreciated.
DIFF=$(( $END - $START ))
echo “task completed in $DIFF seconds @ `date +%r%d%b%Y`”\
#The browser 'Links' loads a major web page and should not quit until an "OK"
#has been received.
#Graphical mode & java-script is enabled. Caching is set to zero.
0 -memory-cache-size 0 -image-cache-size 0\
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