[clug] A script to measure time to load a web page
tim at murphy.org
Wed Mar 26 23:42:14 GMT 2008
What about running command line PHP with an include to the file?
You could then measure the execution time of the call.
Dirty and primitive but it works.
From: linux-bounces+tim=murphy.org at lists.samba.org
[mailto:linux-bounces+tim=murphy.org at lists.samba.org] On Behalf Of Keith
Sent: Wednesday, 26 March 2008 10:52 PM
To: linux at lists.samba.org
Subject: [clug] A script to measure time to load a web page
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
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
#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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