Time Aggregate

This export contains aggregated information for each second of the test. There is one row for each second. The fields are:

  • Start Second – The second offset into the test using a ‘round up’ method. For example a message sent at 3.454 of the test will be included in the Start Second of ‘4’.
  • Message and BrowserActions Count – Number of messages plus browser actions processed in this second.
  • Send Count – The number of messages successfully sent during this second.
  • Receive Count – The number of messages received during this second
  • Total Response Time – The sum of the response times for every message sent during the second. Only messages which are successfully sent are included.
  • Avg. Response Time – The Average Response Time per second, which is calculated as Total Response Time divided by Send Count.
  • Min. Response Time – The least response time sent during the second. Only messages that are successfully sent are included.
  • Max. Response Time - The largest response time sent during the second. Only messages that are successfully sent are included.
  • Total Time - The sum of the Total Tmes for every message attempted to send during the second. Total Time is the amount of time spent sending a Message and receiving the response, including "Send Time", "Receive Time" and any necessary retries. Messages that did not receive a response due to connection timeouts or other errors, will still have a total time. For Non-Messages, the Total Time is the time to complete the action. Delays, Browser Actions, App Actions, and Database Actions will have a total time.
  • Min. Total Time - The least Total Time spent sending a Message and receiving the response during the second. Timeouts and other times are included.
  • Max. Total Time - The largest Total Time spent sending a Message the response during the second. This field presents the highest of the Total Times for every message attempted to send during the second. Timeouts and other times are included.
  • TTFB - The time to first byte for the clip element. TTFB is the amount of time from the start of the request to the first byte being received from the server. TTFB includes the following: establishing the HTTP connection, sending the request to the remote server, and waiting for the first response byte.
  • TTLB - The time to last bye for the clip element. TTLB is the amount of time from the start of the request to the last byte being received from the server. Includes the following: establishing the HTTP connection, sending the request to the remote server, and receiving the complete response. Does notinclude response "processing" (e.g. de-compressing, etc.).
  • DNS Lookup Time - The amount of time spent resolving the host name using DNS.
  • Offset in Container - The (start) offset time for the given clip element from the start time of its parent container.
  • Wait for Connection Pool Time- The time spent waiting in connection pool(s) for this clip element.
  • Delta From Scheduled Time - The difference in a timed container between the offset of the actual start time from the scheduled time, in milliseconds (ms).
  • Delta Scheduled Duration - The difference in a timed container between the scheduled duration and actual duration for this clip element.
  • Validation Error - The number of validation errors for the clip element. Validations are the technique used to verify that a test event occurs as expected. For example, verifying expected text on a web site landing page after login, or expected text in a WebUI or mobile app after a view is loaded.
  • Bytes Sent – The per second total number of bytes sent to the remote server, including the request line, the headers, the body, and all separating whitespace.
  • Bytes Received – The per second total number of bytes received from the remote server, including the status line, the headers, the body, and all separating whitespace. If the response requires any post-processing (e.g. decompression or binary-to-text-conversion), this will be the number of bytes *before* the post-processing took place.