GNU Dictionary Server
While tuning your server, it is often necessary to get timing
information which shows how much time is spent serving certain
requests. This can be achieved using the
- Configuration: timing boolean
Provide timing information after successful completion of an operation. This information is displayed after the following requests:
QUIT. It consists of the following parts:
[d/m/c = nd/nm/nc RTr UTu STs]
Number of processed define requests. It is ‘0’ after a
Number of processed match requests. It is ‘0’ after a
Number of comparisons made. This value may be inaccurate if the underlying database module is not able to count comparisons.
Real time spent serving the request.
Time in user space spent serving the request.
Time in kernel space spent serving the request.
An example of a server reply with timing information follows:
250 Done [d/m/c = 0/63/107265 2.293r 1.120u 0.010s]
You can also add timing information to your access log files, see %T.
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