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About values between semicolons in server logs
Posted by John Villanueva on 16 May 2016 01:52 PM

When you look at the server log, you'll find several entries corresponding to file uploads similar to this:

 

....."file uploaded" /example.txt;2;3100 45000 

 

While the last value (45000 in the above example) is easily identified as the file size, the two values that follow right after the semicolons aren't as obvious. 

 

The format followed is actually:

<file path>;<elapsed time millis>;<throughput bytes/s>

 

Thus, 

/example.txt;2;3100 45000

means...

The transfer of 'example.txt' (45000 bytes) took 2 ms at 3100 bytes/s. 

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