Re: The weird result..

From: Duane Wessels (wessels@ircache.net)
Date: Fri Dec 31 1999 - 11:39:14 MST


On Fri, 31 Dec 1999, 8823559 wrote:

>
> Hi:
>
> 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?..

The delay times are very reasonable for the polygraph test.
For real web traffic, these delays may be too high, or too low,
depending on where you live, etc.

Real traffic probably does not have delays that follow a normal
distribution. Its probably more like exponential or lognormal.
Maybe we can all agree on a more appropriate model for future tests?

Duane W.



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