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Here are some glossary terms used very often in the manual and inside the software:
A simulated mouse click of a user sending a request (one of the URLs from the URL list) to the server and immediately requesting any necessary redirects, frames and images (if enabled).
An HTTP request sent to the server regardless of an answer.
A completed HTTP request (i.e. sent to the server and answered completely). Hits can be the PAGE request of a "click" or its frames, images etc.
· Time for
Time to resolve a URL's domain name using the client system's current DNS server.
· Time to
Time to set up a connection to the server.
· Time to first
Time between initiating a request and receiving the first byte of data from the server.
The time a user had to wait until his "click" was finished (including redirections/frames/images etc.).
· Click Delay
The time a user needs to view the webpage he just downloaded until he initiates the next click
The bandwidth a user was able to achieve.
Number of requests sent to the server during a period.
Number of answers received from the server during a period.