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btlyric
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Connection.RunTime vs Timer.TimeInTransaction

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In the Logging cycle:

What criteria is used to determine Connection.RunTime?

It looks like Timer.TimeInTransaction = the time for the specific log line that's being logged.

Thanks!

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McAfee Employee

Re: Connection.RunTime vs Timer.TimeInTransaction

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A tcp connection opened from the client side (syn, syn ack, ack).

Best,

Jon

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McAfee Employee

Re: Connection.RunTime vs Timer.TimeInTransaction

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I believe connection.runtime is just current time minus the time for which the connection was started.

Timer.TimeInTransaction, is how long the specific transaction took (you can have many of these in a specific connection).

Best,

Jon

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btlyric
Level 12

Re: Connection.RunTime vs Timer.TimeInTransaction

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What does MWG consider a "connection" to be?

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McAfee Employee

Re: Connection.RunTime vs Timer.TimeInTransaction

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A tcp connection opened from the client side (syn, syn ack, ack).

Best,

Jon

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