Re: The weird result..

From: lmm (lmm2@yahoo.com)
Date: Fri Dec 31 1999 - 09:01:10 MST


> Below is my part of my result using original
> polymix-2.pg:
> (Accordding to the document, it is used to simulate
> the real world)
>
> //client
> 022.30| i-top1 2783 2.99 1285 46.67 0 4
> 022.39| i-top1 2799 3.19 1193 56.25 0 4
> 022.47| i-top1 2818 3.79 1179 47.37 0 4
> 022.55| i-top1 2844 5.19 852 65.38 0 4
> 022.64| i-top1 2860 3.19 963 62.50 0 4
> 022.72| i-top1 2869 1.79 1886 33.33 0 4
> ^^^^1886ms, right?.
>
> //server
> 022.90| i-top1 1303 1.20 2793 0.00 0 5
> 022.98| i-top1 1310 1.40 2316 0.00 0 5
> 023.06| i-top1 1320 2.00 2052 0.00 0 5
> 023.15| i-top1 1325 1.00 2227 0.00 0 5
> 023.23| i-top1 1332 1.40 2757 0.00 0 5
>
>
> Are the delay times resonable?...(More than 1
> second.. should be
> rather terrible..) What are the possible causes?..

If you look at the server-side specification in
PolyMix2.pg, you will see the follwoing line:

xact_think = norm(2.5sec, 1sec);

That means a server will introduce an artificial
"transaction think time"
defined by a normal distribution with a mean
of 2.5 seconds and a variation of 1 second.

--lmm

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